The Texas SBOE is considering the adoption of supplemental (electronically supplied) science materials at their July, 2011, meeting.
• Science is our children's future.
• Evolution is solid science.
• The alleged weaknesses teach students to think unscientifically.
• You can accept evolution and believe in God.
The Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas
Coalition on the Public Understanding of Science
National Center for Science Education
Science Teachers Association of Texas
Texas Association of Biology Teachers
The Texas Academy of Science
Texas Citizens for Science
Texas Freedom Network
Texas Science Education Leadership Association
21st-Century Science Coalition
An Evolving Creation
The Fish Wars
Millard Fillmore's Bathtub
Thoughts from Kansas
>Overview: Science Education at Risk
>The Science & The "Controversy"
– The Science
>What is science?
>Isn't evolution just a theory?
>What evidence is there for evolution?
>How does evolution affect me and my children?
>How does good science education affect Texas and the U.S.?
>Why is it important to understand science, including evolution?
– The “Controversy”
>Can you accept evolution and still believe in God?
>What harm is there in teaching "strengths and weaknesses"?
>Why not let the students decide?
>Do the alleged "weaknesses" teach creationism?
>Does accepting evolution encourage immoral behavior?
>How Texas Decides What Teachers Teach
>TEKS Review/Revision Process
>SBOE Members and Their Positions on Science Education
>SBOE Member Seats up for election in 2012
>What You Can Do to Help
>Press Release - January 15, 2009
>Statements Supporting Evolution
>Creationism's False Weaknesses
>What Meyer's "Explore Evolution" Teaches