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Debate over `intelligent design' is a not-so-wise diversion from science education

Madison, Wis. - The day an archeologist finds a fossil cat or dog in Precambrian rock is the day Charles Darwin's evolution theory is disproved. But that hasn't happened. In fact, the Earth's fossil records tell a consistent scientific story through the ages: Today's living species descended -- with modification -- from common ancestors that lived in our ancie......

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Hardly a week passes without a reminder that the United States needs the 21st century equivalent of a race to the moon or the Manhattan Project - an undertaking that catapaults the nation back into a scientific lead. Whether the news is about problems with the aging space shuttle program or breakthroughs in cloning and stem cell research that take place outside our borders, ......

Full article >>> ss the nation do a better job of preparing K-12 students for a future that will be more technically demanding. That's especially true for K-12 children who are poor or come from disadvantaged backgrounds. The supply of technically trained workers in America would soar if we simply used the young people we already have to their highest potential.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 08/24/05


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