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NCSE Evolution and Climate Education Update for 2017/12/29

(by NCSE Deputy Director Glenn Branch)

Dear friends of NCSE,

A new issue of Reports of the NCSE.


NCSE is pleased to announce that the latest issue of Reports of the
National Center for Science Education is now available on-line. The
issue -- volume 38, number 1 -- is the ninth issue in the newsletter's
new, streamlined, and full-color format.

Featured are Glenn Branch's account of the recent controversy over New
Mexico's science standards; Randy Moore's discussion of Ark Encounter;
Brad Hoge's discussion of the importance of project-based learning in
science education; Emily Schoerning's report on the ongoing national
expansion of NCSE's Science Booster Club program; and John Abraham's
review of the film An Inconvenient Sequel.

The entire issue is freely available in PDF form from Members of NCSE will be receiving it in 
printed form shortly. (Not a member? Join today!)

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Have you been visiting NCSE's blog recently? If not, then you've missed:

* Emily Schoerning reporting on the 2017 activities of NCSE's Science
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Thanks for reading. And don't forget to visit NCSE's website -- -- where you can always find the latest news on 
evolution and climate education and threats to them.

With best wishes for the new year,

Glenn Branch
Deputy Director
National Center for Science Education, Inc.
1904 Franklin Street, Suite 600
Oakland CA 94612-2922
fax 510-788-7971 

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