* How Race Becomes Biology: Embodiment of Social Inequality
By Clarence C. Gravlee
*Mothers and Others
By Sarah Blaffer Hrdy
*Re-reading Root-Bernstein and McEachron in Cobb County, Georgia
A year Past and Present
By Benjamin Z. Freed
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I have provided an outline of my thoughts on the article by Freed. I found it interesting and a good primer for understanding how important science is to students as a whole study, not just one side of the evolution debate. You should choose the arguments you agree with and add your own knowledge and thoughts to the writing.
This article makes a good case for keeping evolution, even as theory, in the classroom. The author, a scientist and resident of one of the most important states in the fight to put and keep evolution in the classroom, makes some valid points. Without a knowledge of evolution and its support, students who move from high school into college are limited in how well they do in classes like biology and its various forms and subjects. The author presents some valid information about the importance ...
This solution provides a review of the article, *Re-reading Root-Bernstein and McEachron in Cobb County, Georgia
A year Past and Present,By Benjamin Z. Freed.