Education experts suggest that in some cultural contexts one way to encourage acceptance of evolution is by not shunning religious beliefs
The Scopes Strategy: Creationists Try New Tactics to Promote Anti-Evolutionary Teaching in Public Schools
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
The Education of Jennifer Miller: An Update from the Frontline in the Fight against the Anti-Evolution Agenda
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
Long a proponent of including nonscientific creationism in the biology curriculum, the Texas State Board of Education last week further illustrated its willingness to sacrifice accuracy for ideology by excluding Thomas Jefferson from a list of influential historical figures. Steve Mirsky reports
Only a minority of high school teachers are effectively educating students about evolution, with many expressing personal views rather than the assigned curriculum. John Rennie comments
A consortium of scientific societies wants the scientific community to get more involved in science education, including evolution--before it's too late. Steve Mirsky reports.
The history of the battle between creationist and evolutionary theories in the classroom
Creationists who want religious ideas taught as scientific fact in public schools continue to adapt to courtroom defeats by hiding their true aims under ever-changing guises
Creationists cast themselves as proponents of "academic freedom"
The Texas Board of Education voted today by a 13-to-2 margin to change controversial language in the state's curriculum, making it harder for creationism to creep into public classrooms.
Creationists are changing state educational standards
On the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin's birthday two myths persist about evolution and natural selection
The evolution of the most powerful idea in science, originated by a man who was born in Shrewsbury, England, on February 12, 1809. Here's how Darwin's theory survives, thrives and reshapes the world
The controversy over evolution rages on. Win all your debates against creationists with the science in our special report.
Opponents of evolution want to make a place for creationism by tearing down real science, but their arguments don't hold up
Two prominent defenders of science exchange their views on how scientists ought to approach religion and its followers
A graphic tour of how we humans came to be, through the eyes of space aliens Bloort and Prince Floorsh
Evolution should be taught as a practical tool for understanding drug resistance and the price of fish