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FLORIDA: Climate Change References Removed from School Books


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A biology professor at Brown University that writes science textbooks, has been told that “climate change” references have been removed from his books.

Looks like Florida public schools are leading the way in un-brainwashing the kids.

They should take a closer look at whatever else is in those books, to be fair.

His and his co-author Joseph Levine have been creating biology books for a while, sent out to middle schools across the nation.

Probably your hometown too.

But last month they got a call from the publisher.

Time to remove the hoax within their text books.

The tables are slowly turning.

Newsweek reports:

Ken Miller, a science textbook author and a professor emeritus of biology at Brown University, said on Friday that some references to “climate change” were removed from his educational book that is used in Florida public schools.

Miller, the co-author of several biology textbooks with Joseph Levine, told the Orlando Sentinel in article published Friday that his publisher received phone calls last month from state officials informing them of state-directed changes. These changes required the removal of some references to “climate change” and the term was removed from middle school science books.

According to the publisher Savvas, which also publishes the Miller and Levine high school biology textbooks used nationwide, a high school chemistry book was to remove a 90-page section on the topic.

“For certain states, such as Florida and Texas, we write special editions closely correlated to their unique science standards,” Miller told Newsweek in an email on Saturday afternoon. “We submitted our new Florida edition back in 2023 and school districts have been evaluating it for adoption and use in the 2024-25 school year, which begins in a few weeks.”

Miller’s high school biology textbook was required to add citations defending statements that “human activity” caused climate change and to remove a “political statement” suggesting legislative action to halt climate change, according to the newspaper.

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