More than 100 people filled the Lincoln Auditorium as the Senate Education Committee considered science standards for public schools Thursday. Parents, scientists and teachers urged members to ensure that the standards address climate change.
More than 100 people filled the Lincoln Auditorium as the Senate Education Committee considered science standards for public schools Thursday. Parents, scientists and teachers urged members to ensure that the standards address climate change. Bill Roberts broberts@idahostatesman.com
More than 100 people filled the Lincoln Auditorium as the Senate Education Committee considered science standards for public schools Thursday. Parents, scientists and teachers urged members to ensure that the standards address climate change. Bill Roberts broberts@idahostatesman.com

Education week in review: Showdown over science standards reflects climate change debate

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