In today’s troubled economy, we realize that many people aren’t able to donate as much time or money as they’d like to charitable organizations like NAVS. But there are options. Individuals just like you, acting on their own and in their spare time, have the means to help nudge the education establishment toward 21st century innovation and abandonment of animal use in the classroom.
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- Call the NAVS Dissection Hotline at 1-800-922-FROG (3764) for advice on how to voice your objections to dissection; for guidance on how to pass a Student Choice policy; for directions on how to harness the power of information from our free lending library; and how to galvanize community action by ordering BioLEAP brochures to circulate among your family, friends, teachers, students, school administrators, etc.
- Get behind a Student Choice Policy initiative in your school or district by utilizing the steps outlined in our Student Choice Tool Kit.
- Contact Your State Legislators and ask them to enact a Student Choice Law in your state.
- Contact NAVS if you have used (or are aware of) any new, innovative dissection alternatives.
- Stay Informed: Remain vigilant in checking AnimalLaw.com. If you see that there’s any pending legislation affecting students’ rights in objecting to dissection, take action in support of those rights.
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