Science in Politics

Vondracek, Mark
November 2008
Science Teacher;Nov2008, Vol. 75 Issue 8, p72
Academic Journal
The article discusses the political aspects of teaching science. The article mentions science teachers, political issues, and educational material. The article mentions different scientific topics that have political issues associated with them, including air and water quality, energy, and climate change.


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