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Category Archives: Creationism Bills
Senate Bill 2692 is now officially on a schedule. On Committee agenda– Education Pre-K – 12, 03/26/08, 1:00 pm, 110-S
Senate Bill 2692 moved forward a space on the legislative game board today. 03/20/08 SENATE Introduced, referred to Education Pre-K – 12; Judiciary So, the bill is in the lap of two committees. Education Pre-K – 12 is an easy … Continue reading
House Bill 1483 recently picked up a third co-sponsor: Rep. Clay Ford. What’s significant here is that Ford is on the Schools & Learning Council. You are shipping out letters and making phone calls, right?
The group of science/science education experts that was assembled to create our brand new state science standards has remained active even after its hard work was finally approved. First, the members had some recommendations for action. Today, 37 of them … Continue reading
The Tallahassee Democrat quite rightly praises lawmakers who passed up seeing the Expelled movie. I have yet to see an official count of how many lawmakers actually went to the movie, but I have heard from sources that the number … Continue reading
Here’s my quick take on the whole Expelled mess and the relation to the creationism bills. I’ve been closely watching the media reports concerning science education in Florida for a few years now. I’ve seen tidal waves of news coverage … Continue reading
My apologies for this quick news link dump. The chemistry class I’m taking now is kicking my butt. I hope to have some thoughts on the movie situation up here tonight. In the meantime: Herald Tribune. I’m not buying what … Continue reading