Survey: 98% of Texas scientists support evolution instruction

11/18/2008 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

Nearly all surveyed Texas biology professors say K-12 schools should teach evolution without focusing on so-called weaknesses that some say inject conservative politics into science classes. "Their responses should send parents a clear message that those who want to play politics with science education are putting our kids at risk," said Raymond Eve, a University of Texas at Arlington sociologist who surveyed faculty at 50 Texas universities and colleges.

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