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08.24.2017

Claire Adrian-Tucci (right) at a Science Booster Club event

NCSE's Science Booster Club program was featured in a story from ThinkProgress (August 24, 2017), which described it as "a way of  bringing the science behind climate change and evolution to regular citizens."

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08.22.2017

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As the only national organization that is wholly dedicated to defending the teaching of evolution and climate change in the public schools, NCSE is the perfect place to find someone to speak to your organization or university about issues relevant to evolution and climate education and attacks on either or both.

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08.11.2017

At its August 10, 2017, meeting, the Idaho state board of education gave preliminary approval to a new set of state science standards, reports Idaho Education News (August 10, 2017).

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07.24.2017

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"In statehouses around the country, the 2017 legislative session saw a flurry of attacks on science education," according to a story in the August 2017 issue of BioScience, published by the American Institute of Biological Sciences. 

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07.21.2017

Teaching Evolution in a Creation Nation coverNCSE is pleased to offer a free preview (PDF) of Adam Laats and Harvey Siegel's Teaching Evolution in a Creation Nation (University of Chicago Press, 2016). 

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07.19.2017

Welcome to NCSE bannerNCSE is pleased to announce a new video welcome, featuring executive director Ann Reid explaining NCSE's mission to defend the integrity of science education against ideological interference.

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07.10.2017

Brad HogeNCSE is pleased to announce that Brad Hoge has joined the NCSE staff as Director of Teacher Support.

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07.05.2017

Climate Change in the American Mind: May 2017 cover

Seven in ten Americans think that global warming is happening, and almost three in five think that, if it is happening, it is mostly owing to human activity, but only about one in eight know that nearly all climate scientists agree that global warming is happening as a result of human activity. Those were among the key findings of Climate Change in the American Mind: May 2017 (PDF).

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