|Table of Contents
Compiled by Wendy Cunningham
|I.||Sites describing and/or supporting evolution|
|II.||Sites describing and/or promoting creationism|
|III.||Position statements by scientific and educational groups|
|V.||Keep Kansas out of your back yard: What you can do|
|VI.||The Kansas Decision and other recent creationism vs. evolution school debates|
|VIII.||Articles, essays, books, reports, and press releases|
|IX.||GSA members speak out at GSA's 1999 Annual Meeting|
|X.||Participate in the debate by teaching a class Past GSA Treasurer David Dunn provides a syllabus and annotated bibliography for his University of Texas at Dallas course Geology Refutes Creationism|
Evolution and Creationism
The Kansas Decision and other recent creationism vs. evolution school debates
These two sites provide extensive coverage of recent debates over the teaching of evolution vs. creationism in schools:
- "C" is for Creation: The New Creationist Assault on Science Education, part of John Catalano's World of Richard Dawkins, offers an extensive set of links to state science standards and recent revisions, news and media articles, activist organizations, and other relevant resources for Alabama, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Washington, and West Virginia.
Also see Position statements from educational and scientific groups, part III of this report.
For more information on the creationism vs. evolution debate in schools, search the archives of major newspapers.