I put their investigative ethics to the test by seeing how well they would respond to a clear-cut challenge on the facts.
Strauss raises fears about a lack of accountability — “maverick teachers” who can teach whatever they wish.
Critical analysis does not entail any discussion of religion.
The Texas Board of Education met this past week to discuss the streamlining of its science standards, greeted by much news attention.
This legislation, if passed, would protect teachers who wish to discuss the “scientific strengths and weaknesses of existing scientific theories.”
South Dakota science teachers, and therefore the students and families they serve, will likely find this legislation heartening.
Mattel’s new “smart baby monitor,” their digital nanny dubbed Aristotle, leaves me flummoxed.
Misrepresentations of the scientific evidence on evolution are everywhere.
CNS News was kind enough to publish this from me.
The accusation will be that she is “anti-science.” Of course, there’s zero evidence for the charge.