California urges teaching of evolution in science textbooks

Colin, M.
February 1989
Publishers Weekly;2/3/1989, Vol. 235 Issue 5, p14
Trade Publication
Describes a new policy statement adopted by the California Board of Education which will serve as a guideline in the teaching of evolution. Reactions for and against the policy.


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