Monthly Archives: September 2013

Another step closer

My book (Going Ape: Florida’s Battles over Evolution in the Classroom) has inched a bit closer to the publishing finish line. The copy editor had hacked and slashed my writing to bits and shipped it to me to stitch back … Continue reading

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California Adopts NGSS with Unanimous Vote

On September 4, California became the 6th state to adopt the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) after a unanimous vote. Click here to read a blog post by Education Week‘s Erik Robelen. Click here to read the press release from … Continue reading

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Oh The Irony

As most of you already know I have a preponderance for writting and submitting Op Ed’s and letters to Florida’s newspapers. Once in a while I am contacted by an individual editor and actually asked to write something that is … Continue reading

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