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Subject Imminent climate catastrophe in 10 years, and BC's assessment of grade 10 students
Date January 15, 2022 6:00 PM
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10-years-to-save-the-climate is based on flawed forecasting and distracts from real solutions
Is Climate Catastrophe Really 10 Years Away? is a new study that finds the increasingly accepted idea that the world has 10 years to avoid catastrophic climate change is overstated due to the nature of the models that this assertion is largely based on. In fact, real-world data over the last twenty years has demonstrated the main models being used to forecast the future climate have proven inaccurate and unreliable.
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Only about half of B.C.’s grade 10 students wrote mandatory student assessments in 2019/20, with majority not proficient in numeracy
Worrying Trends in BC’s Testing of Grade 10 Students finds that in 2019/20 only 40 per cent of Grade 10 students in British Columbia scored proficient or above in numeracy and only 75 per cent scored proficient or above in literacy.
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