Tag: Louisiana Science Education Act
New (Bogus) Line of Attack on Louisiana Science Education Act
“Researchers at MIT have found evidence confirming what many educators and science advocates have feared.” Oh, really?
State Action on Science Education: 2017 in a Nutshell
All this represents movement toward the ultimate goal: the best science education for public school students around the country.
Louisiana Adopts Science Standards, Including Louisiana Science Education Act
This action came after Dr. Wade Warren, professor of biology at Louisiana College, spent months trying to ensure accurate evolution standards.
Bah! Humbug! Darwinists Spreading Usual Christmastime Drear
While the Christmas season brings out the best in most people, it seems to have the opposite effect on many Darwinists, who become even more sour and dismal than usual. Even Eugenie Scott, who perennially tries to be the happy face of Darwinists everywhere, can’t resist sounding like a Scrooge. In an article co-authored with Glenn Branch in this month’s Scientific American, Scott sounds the alarms against the “dangerous lie” that Darwinism is a theory in crisis, and implies that civilization itself will collapse if we allow teachers and students the freedom to discuss criticisms of Darwinian theory—because as every thinking person knows, all of our knowledge of everything depends on Darwin. Seriously. Anyone tempted to believe such predictions of Read More ›
Information Suppressed on Louisiana Science Education Act and Evolution by Louisiana Newspaper
The following information was suppressed by Louisiana Advocate reporter Will Sentell in his story titled “La. alone with controversial science law.” Contrary to Sentell’s report, Louisiana is definitely not alone in promoting the critical analysis of evolution. This background information was sent to Mr. Sentell after he interviewed Casey Luskin of Discovery Institute and before he filed his article. But he apparently didn’t want to let the facts get in the way of his story: STATE AND LOCAL POLICIES SUPPORTING CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF EVOLUTION As of 2008, eight states have adopted statewide laws or science standards that (1) encourage or require critical analysis of evolution or (2) protect the freedom of teachers to present scientific criticisms of evolution. In addition, Read More ›