Connecticut bill requires political indoctrination in climate alarmism

On May 28, the Connecticut House of Representatives passed a bill making it mandatory for public school science teachers to include "human-induced climate change" in their curricula. Connecticut House Bill 7083 requires that "science including climate change consistent with the Next Generation Science Standards be taught" in all public schools in the state. It is indeed beneficial for our children to learn about the science of climate change and the controversy surrounding anthropogenic (human-induced) climate change.  But there are serious problems with the bill that make it more likely to generate indoctrination than education. Climate Science Is Still in Its Infancy As a climate scientist myself, I completely reject the notion that climate science is "settled" or that we understand everything about the functionality of our climate system.  Contrary to public perception, climate science is not...(Read Full Post)
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