A House bill would make science teachers provide students with evidence countering the theory of climate change, The Topeka Capital-Journal reports.
The House Education Committee introduced the bill, which forces science classes to provide students with “scientific evidence which both supports and counters a scientific theory or hypothesis” about “scientific controversies,” the report says. The only controversy the bill references is “climate science.”
The bill would mandate Kansas curriculum — a job usually left to the Kansas State Board of Education. The bill remains in committee.