Tag: Science Education Policy
Darwinist: ID Could Have Redeemed Itself by Leaping to Prejudged Conclusion on COVID-19
Weighing the validity of ID, not by distorting its conclusions or imputing false intentions to it, is what evolutionary biology has largely refused to do.
Censors Claim Teachers “Advocate Evolution” More Now Than in 2007 — Don’t Believe It
How likely are biology teachers with doubts about Darwinism to participate in a survey by an organization instrumental in attacking Darwin-doubting teachers?
Where’s the Rigor? A Report from the Seattle AAAS Meeting
Ultimately, Discovery Institute’s Science Education Policy is about sharpening students’ ability to interact critically with ideas in science.
Breakthrough? Nature Calls for Openness in Science Education
“Diversity and doubt produce creativity; we must make room for them,” according to Jerry Ravetz.
Fact and Fiction: Ohio Bill Stirs Needless Alarm
This proposed law largely echoes the U.S. Constitution’s First Amendment on free speech (including on religious matters).