rich source on TX & creationist institute’s science education masters degree

Following an advisory council’s recommendation in favor of the proposal, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board will be considering state approval for a masters degree in science education to be offered by the Institute for Creation Research.

A rich source of materials on these matters is provided by TEXAS CITIZENS FOR SCIENCE. Their report is posted together with links, news coverage and commentary, along with several documents (including the report by the Site Visit team, documents on accreditation standards, and the prior history of the ICR program in California.)

Click here for other posts on this blog on the Institute for Creation Research.


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