Something is wrong when a university objects to any probing of the textbook view, on evolution or in any other field.
The “participatory model” is a worthy complement to Doug Axe’s “common science.”
Austin American Statesman reporter Madlin Mekelburg could take a lesson in neutrality in reporting.
It is concerning that such stubborn ignorance of how state boards of education work, and of the purview of science standards, persists in a national magazine.
Reading an article by astrophysicist Adam Frank, I found myself resonating with his story of hope in science.