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Required Readings

Required Readings, 30 July 2013

Good morning, School of Doubt-ers! Here are today’s Required Readings: -Two House representatives tried to add non-religious chaplains to the military. It didn’t go so well. -Researchers say that sibling rivalry is more destructive than school bullying. -Opponents of Kentucky’s new science standards are calling them “fascist” and “atheistic.” -Science …

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Required Readings

Required Readings, 23 July 2013

Good morning, everyone! Here are some interesting articles for you to peruse: -Education officials in Rhode Island, Kentucky, Kansas, Maryland, and Vermont have approved science standards that recommend teaching evolution and climate-change well before high school. –A survey conducted for the Australian Academy of Science shows that one in eleven …

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Required Readings

Required Readings, 16 July 2013

Good morning, fellow skeptical educators! Here is your Tuesday Required Readings post. I hope these articles will be of some interest to you. -Colorado State University-Global Campus offered credit to students who took a MOOC, but in the year since that announcement no students have taken them up on the …

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Required Readings, 9 July 2013

Good morning, everyone! Welcome to Tuesday. Here are some articles that might be of interest to you: -Is science education in Europe not broad enough? -The state of evolution education in Turkey is not good–both at the high school level and at the universities. –Pennsylvania schools are encouraged to adopt …

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