Climate Change Education: Tips for Writing a Public Letter

Self-portrait, by Samuel van Hoogstraten

Even with the decreasing importance of print media, letters to the editor of your local newspaper are a good way to help to defend climate change education. Following are a few time-tested principles for writing effective letters to the editor.

Climate Change Education: Testifying Before Policymakers

A controversy over climate change education may involve a public hearing before policymakers — a meeting of a local school board or of a legislative committee, for example. Following are a few time-tested principles for effectively testifying before policymakers.

06.01.2016

Reports of the NCSE logo

NCSE is pleased to announce that the latest issue of Reports of the National Center for Science Education is now available on-line. 

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05.24.2016

Judy ScotchmoorJudy Scotchmoor

NCSE is pleased to congratulate Judy Scotchmoor on receiving the Pojeta Award, which recognizes "exceptional professional or public service by individuals or groups in the field of paleontology above and beyond that of existing formal roles or responsibilities," from the Paleontological Society.

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05.24.2016

Cover of The Not-So-Intelligent Designer

NCSE's deputy director Glenn Branch reviewed Abby Hafer's The Not-So-Intelligent Designer (Cascade Books, 2015) for California Classroom Science.

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