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Distinguishing Science From Nonsense – The Conversation – Blogs – The Chronicle of Higher Education January 8, 2014

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As Americans enter 2014, there is grave concern among our political leaders that we are lagging behind other nations in terms of our children’s scientific literacy. An international survey confirmed in December that many American kids don’t understand science, and that they continue to fall behind children from other nations—many much poorer than we are—in science-and-math skills.

via Distinguishing Science From Nonsense – The Conversation – Blogs – The Chronicle of Higher Education.

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