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Classroom challenge [videorecording] : debating Darwin in the 21st century / ABC News Productions.

Contributor(s): Stephanopoulos, George, 1961- | ABC News Productions | Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm).
Material type: FilmFilmPublisher: Princeton, NJ : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, c2006Other title: Debating Darwin in the 21st century | Debating Darwin in the twenty-first century.Uniform titles: Nightline (Television program) Subject(s): Evolution | Evolution (Biology) | Intelligent design (Teleology) | Bible and evolution | Science -- Study and teaching -- United States | Classroom environment -- United States | Films for the hearing impairedDDC classification: 576.8 LOC classification: BL263 | .C53 2006Host, George Stephanopoulos.Summary: Examines the controversy over intelligent design and science education and sorts through arguments on both sides. Examines the debate in the context of America's larger political climate, and explores its fundamental questions: Are evolution and I.D. incompatible? Is exposure to both ideas harmful or beneficial to schoolchildren? Does fossil evidence make evolution immune to challenge?
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Originally broadcast on May 9, 2005 as a segment of: Nightline.

Host, George Stephanopoulos.

Examines the controversy over intelligent design and science education and sorts through arguments on both sides. Examines the debate in the context of America's larger political climate, and explores its fundamental questions: Are evolution and I.D. incompatible? Is exposure to both ideas harmful or beneficial to schoolchildren? Does fossil evidence make evolution immune to challenge?

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