Josh Rosenau

National Center for Science Education

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Programs and Policy Director at the National Center for Science Education, a nonprofit membership organization that defends the teaching of evolution and climate science in public schools

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Tennessee's Republican legislature has enacted a  new law  allowing teachers to question the science of Evolution.  The legislation protects teachers from helping students "review in…

Academic Freedom versus Science

Tennessee's Republican legislature has enacted a new law allowing teachers to question the science of Evolution.  The legislation protects teachers from helping students "review in…

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In 1925, a Tennessee jury convicted John Scopes for questioning the Bible by teaching Evolution. More recently, it's become a required science.

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In 1925, a Tennessee jury convicted John Scopes for questioning the Bible by teaching Evolution. More recently, it's become a required science.

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