Friday, March 27, 2009

Texas votes on science standards

(by Kristin Chapman for World Magazine)

The Texas State Board of Education tentatively determined yesterday that new state science standards will no longer require teachers to teach the weaknesses of scientific theory, including evolution. A final vote is expected today, but if passed, the new standards would end a 20-year-old rule requiring both “strengths and weaknesses” of all scientific theories to be taught.

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