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Score one for science education

Phil Banker

In a rare smart move, the Texas Board of Education voted unanimously last Friday to approve scientifically accurate high school biology textbook supplements that contained actual, real science — not creationism.

Josh Rosenau, director of the National Center for Science Education, called the 14-0 vote a “huge victory for Texas students and teachers.”

Oh, his sights are so narrow.

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Posted by on Jul 29 2011. Filed under Editorials. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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  1. Howdy Phil,

    We are having a bit of fun replying to Mr. Hull’s objections to teaching evolution. One minor note, Joshua Rosenau is a Programs and Policy Director of the NCSE. “The” Director is Dr. Eugenie Scott. They are all great people and doing an important service to American education.

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