Tag: Texas State Board of Education
Do Fossils Demonstrate Human Evolution? Let’s Consider the Technical Literature
Far from “a nice clean example” of “gradualistic evolutionary change” that has “no gaps,” the fossil record shows a dramatic discontinuity.
Listen: “Not Dark Ages After All”
Educated people in the medieval period were well aware that the Earth is round, a fact immediately evident when you see a lunar eclipse.
Walter Bradley on Just “Memorizing Stuff” in Biology Education
As we’ve already noted, Texas recently concluded its science standards streamlining process.
Houston Chronicle, We’ve Got a Problem: Meet Fake News Reporter Andrea Zelinski
Zelinski’s articles portray the science standards battle as a struggle to introduce creationism or intelligent design into Texas’s science curriculum.
Seems Like Old Times: Texas Media (Again) Miss the Real Story on State’s Science Standards
At some point, you’d think reporters would be embarrassed about this sort of “zombie journalism.”