Striking a blow for academic freedom, the Oklahoma House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed a bill that would protect the rights of teachers and students to learn about scientific controversies over biological evolution, climate change, cloning, and other issues.
Human uniqueness and personal responsibility, Adam and Eve, and more!
Each year around this time, state lawmakers file thousands of new bills in statehouses across the nation.
I would think that serving on the group’s board, as per NCSE’s website, counts as a “formal tie.”
Scientifically, pedagogically, and morally, trying to stifle open inquiry on climate change and evolution was always a bad idea.