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Texans to Publishers: Fix Flawed Textbooks

Proposed social studies textbooks get climate change wrong, distort facts, deny science

CONTACTS:
Robert Luhn, NCSE, 510/601-7203
Dan Quinn, TFN, 512/322-0545
Lisa Hoyos, Climate Parents, 510/282-0440

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Tell Maine's Gov. LePage: Adopt great science standards

Maine Governor Paul LePageWill Governor LePage say "no" to great new science standards? Contact the Governor and ask him to sign LD 464, bringing Next Generation Science Standards to Maine.

Stop climate change denial in West Virginia standards

West Virginia state board of education members have added climate change denial to the state's science standards, overriding the scientists, educators, and state education leaders who drafted Next Generation Science Standards.

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Climate change denial in Texas social studies textbooks

Tell Textbook Publishers "Get the Science Right!" Keep climate change denial out of textbooks.The Texas state board of education will adopt new social studies textbooks in November, 2014. The decisions they make will affect Texas classrooms for years to come, and are likely to change how textbooks are written for use in other states as well.

Stop the Ohio anti-science bill

Ohio's HB 597 poses a threat to students and science education throughout the Buckeye State. Ohioans must reach out to their legislators now to urge that the anti-science provisions be blocked or removed.

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Climate Science Students Bill of Rights

ALL KIDS DESERVE THE BEST CLIMATE SCIENCE EDUCATION AVAILABLE.