At Least They Aren’t Debating Creationism vs. Evolution for Science
Seems like the Brits have similar debates over curriculum, teaching and learning. Fun piece by Eliza Filby in The Daily Telegraph over arguments on teaching history. Link below:
It is worth a read. At least the Brits aren’t debating Creationism vs. Evolution in their Science standards.
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