“Diversity and doubt produce creativity; we must make room for them,” according to Jerry Ravetz.
This proposed law largely echoes the U.S. Constitution’s First Amendment on free speech (including on religious matters).
Students who learn the difficult but important skills of examining data are more likely to engage in learning that sets them up for future STEM success.
As University of Texas political philosopher J. Budziszewski points out, some scientists modify their message on evolution when speaking to the teachers.
In those few paragraphs, there’s a great deal of misinformation about academic freedom laws, how they harm science teaching and imperil students and educators.