79 percent of Democrats support teaching the evidence for and against Darwin’s theory, and so do 82 percent of independents and 85 percent of Republicans.
We should expect confirmation hearings for Cabinet appointments to include scaremongering about science education.
Among all the reasons to doubt the authority of a scientific consensus on all matters, this would be one.
If the anti-evolution petition is phony, at it seems, what you properly do is either point that out, or ignore it.
Facebook promises to keep an eye out for “fake news.” What would they make of this, do you think?
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Something is wrong when a university objects to any probing of the textbook view, on evolution or in any other field.
Austin American Statesman reporter Madlin Mekelburg could take a lesson in neutrality in reporting.
Two of our staff persons spent nearly a month in repeated emails and phone calls trying to correct this error.
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.