National Center For Science Education

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  • LETTER TO THE EDITOR: To combat junk science, students need facts

    The effort of the National Center for Science Education to teach "climate change" in the classroom would not be so odious if it were taught in some Advanced Placement high school political science course ("Scientists want climate change in young minds," Page 1, Monday). At least then the students would know the true nature of the subject matter being taught.


  • **FILE** Fallen maple leaves carpet a lawn across the street from the First Baptist Church of Kingfield, Maine, on Sept. 30, 2011. As trees start showing autumn's golden, orange and red hues, nature lovers aren't the only ones taking note: Scientists are watching trees and making note of time that leaves change and drop as they seek to determine climate change's impact. (Associated Press)

    Scientists want climate change in young minds

    Climate change subscribers say the fight against global warming will require younger soldiers.


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