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Continued: Climate, evolution top science standards

  • Article by: JUSTIN GILLIS , New York Times
  • Last update: April 10, 2013 - 2:13 PM

And all of this has to happen at a time when state education departments and many local schools are under severe financial strain. Inevitably, educators said, some states will do it better than others.

Educators want to introduce students to topics that can be made comprehensible only by drawing on the ideas and methods of many scientific disciplines, one of the reasons that climate change and other large-scale environmental problems are seen as holding so much potential in the classroom.

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