The State Board of Education is once again sparking fierce debate following a Tuesday meeting on how the next generation of science textbooks will address evolution and climate change. About 60 science experts, parents and activists testified during a packed public hearing before the board, which will vote in November on proposed textbooks and digital books in math, science and technology that could be used beginning next fall by most of the state’s more than 5 million public school students.
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