California grapples with best way to teach science

To accommodate teachers with limited science backgrounds and resources, the California Curriculum Commission has proposed new criteria for K-8 textbooks allowing a maximum of 20% to 25% hands-on science instruction. Critics decry the recommendation, saying lab experiments and practical projects are essential for meaningful science instruction.

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