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Harmful teaching in Kansas and Canada, minority homeschoolers, academic closures, and more: Required Readings, 03.01.15

Did March come in like a lamb or a lion where you are? For the “What’s the Matter with Kansas?” file, we have Senate Bill 56, which would allow teachers to be prosecuted for presenting material deemed harmful to minors. The state senate passed the bill Wednesday. Continuing a look at …

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Required Readings

Should high school attending adults be spanked? How much has America evolved on evolution? How harmful can fraternities be? – Required Readings

Good morning everyone, enjoy your reading and have a nice Sunday! Is America Evolving on Evolution? – there’s definitely still a long way to go. The Dark Power of Fraternities – I had always thought this was all exaggerated by movies, and it probably is, but not as much as …

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Required Readings, 6 October 2013

If you have a chaplain in school teaching creationism and you kick him out, and the new one does the same thing, what’s the next logical step? Get teachers, not chaplains. Good morning everyone, have a nice day and enjoy your reading! Kansas officials stand by new science standards – …

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Required Readings, 13 August 2013

Are atheists more intelligent than religious people? Do people really still believe separating children from half of the population is healthy? This and more on today’s Required Readings! Have a nice day everyone! State to fund separate classes for boys and girls in religious Israeli grammar schools – sure, let’s …

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Education

Kansas Does Something Good For Once and Passes New Science Standards

The following awesome article is by Mindy, Teen Skepchick’s managing editor. Thanks, Mindy! 🙂 It’s hard to think of a more anti-science state than my home state of Kansas. (Louisiana, maybe?) But recently the state Board of Education did me and all of the science enthusiasts throughout the state proud …

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