Five years after the Dover trial pushed intelligent design out of public school classrooms, how has evolution instruction fared?
February 28, 2011 |
Education experts suggest that in some cultural contexts one way to encourage acceptance of evolution is by not shunning religious beliefs
Under the guise of "academic freedom" creationists are co-opting some old heroes of the fight to teach evolution in the classroom for their anti-science campaign
Darwin may have won in Kitzmiller v. Dover, but five years later has evolution education evolved? A biology teacher who testified in the Dover trial talks about what she faces in the classroom every day, and why teachers need to be prepared
Interactive map highlights recent battlegrounds in evolution education
Evolution should be taught as a practical tool for understanding drug resistance and the price of fish
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