Monday, September 28, 2015
Alabama Schools to Teach Climate Change and Evolution
It took three years to develop the guidelines. This is the first time that the standard has been updated in 10 years. In the case of both evolution and climate change educators will now use scientific evidence to explain the existence and causes of climate change and the veracity of evolutionary hypothesis.
For years there has been controversy surrounding the teaching of the science of climate change and evolution. In 1995 to the present their was a disclaimer associated with evolutionary teachings suggesting that these ideas were controversial. The disclaimer will be reviewed in a public hearing on November 9.
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Posted by Richard Matthews