2003 Teacher’s Guide Prompts New Criticism of NSTA
After facing recent accusations about the money it receives from the oil industry, a science teachers’ group received new criticism last week about one of its corporate-supported products, which a number of experts say presents misleading information about global warming.
That guide, “Search for Solutions,” is three years old and was released as one piece of a broader educational series covering a range of scientific topics.
Yet critics of the National Science Teachers Association see the guide, which was financed by the oil producer ConocoPhillips, as further evidence of what they regard as the organization’s compromised...
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