Following the launch of our first chapter, in Houston, this will be the second regional group dedicated to supporting the work of Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Culture.
Kids have headed back to school. But what will they learn about evolution there?
I was recently reading over the Louisiana science standards, adopted this past March.
The “experts” who swoop in to assure schools that their textbooks are in no need of fixing present a psychological puzzle.
As the new school year begins, a group of Ivy League educators (among them, Robert P. George) urge college students to “think for yourself.”
Here’s a great idea for students starting biology this year, whether at the high school or college level.
The writer, among other errors, tries to associate the theory of intelligent design with Turkey’s recent action in banishing evolution from its public schools.
A familiar talking point holds that a rigid attitude to science along Darwinist lines is indispensable to technological advance, while academic freedom impedes it.
That is really too bad. This development will not serve Turkish students well.
Here’s how to join us for the second annual Intelligent Design Action Network Meeting, here in Seattle, October 6-7.