Evolution To Be Taught To Primary Age In The UK

“In a letter to the British Humanist Association (BHA), which has co-ordinated the campaign for evolution on the curriculum, Johnson confirmed it would be in the final draft. Pupils will start with simple concepts of change, adaptation and natural selection illustrated by the evolution of fish to amphibians to mammals, for example.
Andrew Copson, director of education at the BHA, said: “Evolution is arguably the most important concept underlying the life sciences. Providing children with an understanding of it an early age will help lay the foundations for a surer scientific understanding later on. I congratulate the government for taking on board the contributions from so many supporters of science education,” reports The Guardian. I wonder if the curriculum will include eugenics in the history of evolution? See
Darwin & The Children of Evolution

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