Teachers to train as rangers

Did you ever think you might be a park ranger? Experienced teachers just may get the chance through the National Park Service Teacher-to-Ranger-to-Teacher (TRT) Program.
Applications are available at the service’s Web site: www.nps.gov/fodo. Steven McCoy, Superintendent at Fort Donelson National Battlefield, is looking toward the future.
McCoy wants to make sure that schoolchildren care as much about the history, cultural and natural resources, and environment of the 148-year-old Civil War battlefield as he does.
Most importantly, he wants to make sure that they understand why it’s important to protect America’s national parks.

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