Illinois Still Pushing Discredited Coal Education Program on Kids
Coal waste adjacent to the Eagle Road in Saline County
This kind of empirical data from citizens and miners impacted by coal mining is also scant in the new evaluation of the Coal Education Program.
In the meantime, as Illinois state officials dally on any changes to their coal curriculum, children will most likely still have to ward off the pushers of state-funded dimebags of coal--unit price: 10,000 bags @.25 per bag -- distributed as part of the program.
And pay the ultimate price, of course, for climate change.