AAAS Backs Groups’ Copyright Move Against Kansas School Board
With misinformation about evolution and the nature of science at issue in proposed Kansas science education standards, AAAS strongly supports two national science organizations that announced today they are unable to allow use of their copyrighted material in the standards.
AAAS also said it would be more than willing, through its Project 2061 science-literacy initiative, to help the Kansas State Board of Education improve the pending standards.
“AAAS is extremely concerned that the proposed standards misrepresent both the content and the standing of evolution as a scientific organizing principle,” said Alan I. Leshner, the association’s chief executive officer.
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