At some point, you’d think reporters would be embarrassed about this sort of “zombie journalism.”
The Texas Board of Education voted last week to preserve requirements to exercise critical thinking on key evolution-related topics.
“The streamlined TEKS in biology continue to call for critical thinking in the study of theories such as evolution.”
On Friday, the Texas State Board of Education adopted streamlined science standards.
Here’s my quick take on the goings on, and on a Dallas Morning News story.
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.
Sarah Chaffee talked with biologist Wade Warren about his uphill battle for objective evolution education in Louisiana.
Why? Because there was a big rush of applications at the very end of the process.
An informed debate about origins is vital for our science and our culture. You can be a part of that, but you must act now.