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Claim, Evidence and Reason in a Climate of Anti-Science
Massachusetts Association of Biology Teachers
Annual Meeting and Conference
Saturday, March 10, 2018
at Framingham State University
Dr. Ken Miller and David Knuffke Ken R. Miller will explore why anti-scientific views seem to be on the rise in America and David Knuffke will inspire teachers to create an environment where students actively engage in data-driven science.