Mark McCaffrey

National Center for Science Education

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Programs and Policy Director at the National Center for Science Education, a nonprofit resource group that tracks the teaching of evolution/creationism in K-12 education

Mark McCaffrey on KCRW

Documents leaked  last week reveal efforts to cast doubt on climate change with a new curriculum for public schools.  Some call it similar to challenging Evolution by pushing…

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Documents leaked last week reveal efforts to cast doubt on climate change with a new curriculum for public schools.  Some call it similar to challenging Evolution by pushing…

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Leaked documents  show that the nonprofit  Heartland Institute  is trying to shake the confidence of public school teachers in human-caused climate change.

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Leaked documents show that the nonprofit Heartland Institute is trying to shake the confidence of public school teachers in human-caused climate change.

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