State Sen. Josh Brecheen wants ‘valid criticisms’ of evolution allowed in Oklahoma classrooms with his bill modeled after Texas standards.
News Greg Horton
One month after the release of Gallup poll data showing increased nationwide support for evolution, Oklahoma has two new bills some critics are calling “anti-evolution.” State Rep. Sally Kern, R-Oklahoma City, and Sen. Josh Brecheen, R-Coalgate, filed House Bill 1551 and Senate Bill 554, respectively.
Science Museum Oklahoma guests can watch FIRST Robotics team members participate in a number of challenges.
Kids Courtney Silva
FIRST Robotics — “FIRST” stands for “For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology” — is an organization dedicated to inspiring young people to be engaged in the fields of science and technology.
Letters to the Editor David Grow
Greg Horton’s article “Evolution alternatives” (News, Feb. 2, Oklahoma Gazette) exposes
the damage creationist bills — House Bill 1001 by state Rep. Mike
Reynolds, R-Oklahoma City; HB 1551 by Rep. Sally Kern, R-OKC; and SB 554
by Sen. Josh Brecheen, R-Coalgate — will do to Oklahoma.
Letters to the Editor Darryel Reigh
I would like to test the injunction to “teach the controversy”
concerning creationism and evolution as advocated recently by Jason
Reese (Commentary, “Legislate morality,” Feb. 9, Gazette).