Schools Challenge Age-Old Science Sequence

04/9/2002 | Dallas Morning News (free registration), The

Some U.S. high schools reportedly are considering teaching physics and chemistry before biology. Many experts say it is logical to cover physical sciences first because the concepts create a foundation for learning biology. Opponents say teaching physics to ninth-graders would force them to dumb-down the curriculum.

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