20 April 2009

Texas Higher Education and Creation Research, Part 32

Just when I start to get depressed that I will no longer have the easy blogging target of the Texas State Board of Education's review of the K-12 science standards... The institute for Creation Research rides to my rescue, to provide me with more material.

They’re suing the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board for ruling against their request to offer Master’s degrees in science education.

As you can tell by the title, I’ve been following this story for a while.

There’s a short blog entry in the Dallas Observer, and a longer, more substantive post at Freespace.

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