Science advocates concerned about new education law in Tenn.

04/12/2012 | Reuters

Advocates for science education say a new law in Tennessee that protects teachers who question in class topics such as evolution and climate change could lead to the teaching of unsound science. "We need to keep kids' curiosity about science alive and not limit their ability to understand the world around them by exposing them to misinformation," said Brenda Ekwurzel of the Union of Concerned Scientists.

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