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Wednesday, October 31, 2007

The E-Word

Florida has released revisions to its state standards for science education, making it a requirement to teach "evolution" in Florida public schools. Two years ago, the state received an F for its science curriculum. Supporters of the decision have been vocal—they believe the change will help provide children with a firm grounding in contemporary science—but the public has until December 14 to review and comment on the new standards. —Sara Kern