On the evolution controversy, Mike Klymkowsky would likely benefit from more study himself.
It’s strange to speak of “acceptance” of a scientific theory, as if it were something very different, like a religious doctrine.
From the headline of the piece you might think you were reading some online tabloid.
The Alabama lawmakers have taken a step forward for their state. Against the censors, they have stood up for excellent science education.
As we’ve already noted, Texas recently concluded its science standards streamlining process.
The Texas Board of Education voted last week to preserve requirements to exercise critical thinking on key evolution-related topics.
In an op-ed, Robert Marks of the Evolutionary Informatics Lab and Baylor University endorses objective standards on evolution.
The Board of Education will be voting on final adoption of standards at its April 18-21 meeting.
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This action came after Dr. Wade Warren, professor of biology at Louisiana College, spent months trying to ensure accurate evolution standards.