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NCSE Evolution and Climate Education Update for 2014/06/20

(by NCSE Deputy Director Glenn Branch)

Dear friends of NCSE,

Welcome news on evolution education in academies in the United
Kingdom. Plus a group of Wyoming churches have endorsed the NGSS,
NCSE's Eugenie C. Scott has received a Presidential Citation for
Science and Society from the American Geophysical Union, and Bloomberg
has conducted a new survey on public opinions about climate change.

Shifting Balance? Just a Server

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I've switched the data over from our old server to a shiny new one. It took longer than I would have liked, but hopefully things will go smoother from this point.

NCSE Evolution and Climate Education Update for 2014/06/13

(by NCSE Deputy Director Glenn Branch)

Dear friends of NCSE,

A proposal to undermine the treatment of evolution in South Carolina's
state science standards was rejected. The American Humanist
Association honors NCSE's Eugenie C. Scott. There's a new contribution
from NCSE in Evolution: Education and Outreach. And NCSE is offering a
glimpse of The Cartoon Introduction to Climate Change.

NCSE Evolution and Climate Education Update for 2014/06/06

(by NCSE Deputy Director Glenn Branch)

Dear friends of NCSE,

A nice honor for NCSE's website. Wyoming scientists and educators
defend the place of climate science in the state science standards.
Plus a new poll on evolution from Gallup, a new milestone for NCSE's
Facebook page, and the introduction of evolution in middle school
classrooms in Israel.

NCSE Evolution and Climate Education Update for 2014/05/30

(by NCSE Deputy Director Glenn Branch)

Dear friends of NCSE,

The derailment of the Next Generation Science Standards in Wyoming
continues to provoke comment. Plus a squeaker of a victory in
Oklahoma, and sad news of the death of Gerald Edelman.

NCSE Evolution and Climate Education Update for 2014/05/23

(by NCSE Deputy Director Glenn Branch)

Dear friends of NCSE,

A new webinar from NCSE is on the horizon. Oklahoma takes a further
step toward derailing its new science standards. A new issue of
Reports of the NCSE is available on-line. Plus South Carolina adopted
a new official state fossil without pandering to creationists, and
both antievolution bills in Missouri are now dead.

NCSE Evolution and Climate Education Update for 2014/05/16

(by NCSE Deputy Director Glenn Branch)

Dear friends of NCSE,

Discouraging news about Oklahoma's new state science standards, but
encouraging news from South Carolina on the official state fossil
front. And a preview of The Sixth Extinction and a new milestone for
NCSE's Facebook page.

NCSE Evolution and Climate Education Update for 2014/05/09

(by NCSE Deputy Director Glenn Branch)

Dear friends of NCSE,

NCSE had a lot to say about the educational uses of the third National
Climate Assessment. There's a new editor of Reports of the NCSE:
Stephanie Keep replaces Andrew J. Petto. And NCSE's Mark McCaffrey
discusses the Wyoming debacle in the pages of the Casper Star-Tribune.

NCSE Evolution and Climate Education Update for 2014/05/02

(by NCSE Deputy Director Glenn Branch)

Dear friends of NCSE,

The proposal to include a reference to the sixth day of creation in a
bill designate a state fossil for South Carolina is still alive, while
the state's new science standards are again derailed by a state
senator's objections to evolution. NCSE's Friend of Darwin and Friend
of the Planet awards for 2014 are announced. And further comment on
the Wyoming legislature's decision not to fund adoption of the Next
Generation Science Standards because of their treatment of climate
change.

NCSE Evolution and Climate Education Update for 2014/04/25

(by NCSE Deputy Director Glenn Branch)

Dear friends of NCSE,

The effort to repeal the so-called Louisiana Science Education Act
failed again. New, and disturbing, poll results about public
confidence in science. Editorialists in Wyoming are irate about the
state government's derailing the adoption of the Next Generation
Science Standards over climate. The New York Times surveys the state
of climate change education around the globe. And a Darwin Day bill
dies in the Hawaiian legislature.