At the Scout Report, we are all about the continued promotion of science education in the classroom and apparently our readers are, too. This website from the National Center for Science Education (NCSE) was the most shared resource by Scout Report readers this past year and details a variety of publications reporting on climate change and the creationism/evolution controversy. The site specifically caught our interest with its substantial archive of "Reports of the National Center for Science Education," or RNCSE. There are many free excerpts to read and it's a fun way to trace the evolution of these popular and significant debates.
The National Center for Science Education (NCSE) works to provide information and advice as "the premier institution dedicated to keeping evolution and climate change in the science classroom." The Publications & Media area contains a range of NCSE reports, videos, special publications, and links to in-house blogs. Interested parties may wish to sign up for the "Evolution Education Update," which is a weekly email newsletter that recaps the key stories of the week related to evolution education. The site also contains the complete run of the "Creation/Evolution Journal," which was published from 1980 to 1996. Visitors shouldn't miss the NCSE Reports area, which contains about two dozen reports on key topics, including the teaching of evolution in schools and "Intelligent Design Theory."
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