The state’s science standards writing committee — which had its work debased by the State Board of Education — is planning to keep meeting on its own, The Topeka Capital-Journal reported. Committee chairman Steve Case said he had been contacted by school districts that didn’t want to base their curricula on the state board’s flawed standards. So the committee plans to start meeting again next month to finalize and clarify its recommended standards — which, you can bet, won’t include a redefinition of science.
Posted by Phillip Brownlee
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