Higher EducationRequired Readings

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 new science standards.

-Students who take certain MOOCs will not be provided with the right answers to questions they get wrong.

-This article contends that evangelical Christians, through the discipline of philosophy, are educating students and raising leaders better than anyone else in the field.

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RC is the assistant director of a learning center in the U.S. that focuses on space, science, and technology. She is a lifelong skeptic and science advocate, and a sci-fi fan who will talk your ear off about Star Trek if given half the chance.

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