“It appears that publishers have done a good job resisting political pressure to weaken instruction on evolution with junk science in their new textbooks,” said Kathy Miller, president of the TFN Education Fund. “That should be reassuring for parents who want their kids to get a science education that prepares them for college and a 21st century economy. But we’re already seeing signs that the pressure on publishers will increase in the coming months.”This is a far cry from the days of Don McLeroy.
Thursday, August 15, 2013
Good News In Texas
Apparently, the new textbooks in Texas are getting a good review by a group of Ph.D. candidates who have evaluated them. The Texas Freedom Network writes: