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Amidon

Lafayette, New York

David Amidon

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Baxter

Osage City, Kansas

Brock Baxter

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Bougeous

Salt Lake City, Utah

Bonnie Bourgeous

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Brewer

Troy, Michigan

Rebecca Brewer

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Broo

Cincinnati, Ohio

Jennifer Broo

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Carbutt

Monte Vista, Colorado

Lyle Carbutt

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Carter

Asheville, North Carolina

Jason Carter

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Citron

New York, New York

Jerrry Citron

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Clark

East Providence, Rhode Island

Jen Clark

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Cook

Indianapolis, Indiana

Jeremy Cook

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Corley

Galveston, Texas

Nina Corley

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Cruz

Gallup, New Mexico

Arnel Dela Cruz

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Dorsch

New Castle, Pennsylvania

Al Dorsch

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Duncan

Russellville, Arkansas

Chance Duncan

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Epton

Gretna, Virginia

Steven Epton

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Evans

Worton, Maryland

Joe Evans

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Baltimore, Maryland

LaStelshia Speaks

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Foss

Newark, Illinois

Thomas Foss

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Freeman

Anaheim, California

Tom Freeman

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Goff

Lexington, Kentucky

Patrick Goff

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Grant

Downers Grove, Illinois

Jeff Grant

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Groff

Santa Ana, California

Susan Groff

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Haste

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Turtle Haste

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Hibdon

Columbia, Missouri

Karen Hibdon

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Ericca Thornhill

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Jones

Odessa, Texas

Allystair Jones

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Kay

La Mirada, California

Padmini Kishore

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Landry

Nokesville, Virgina

Melinda Landry

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Lau

Piedmont, Oklahoma

Melissa Lau

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Lozada

Naranjito, Puerto Rico

Glenda Lozada

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Mead

Dallas, Texas

John Mead

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Mohlman

Austin, Texas

Dean Mohlman

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Morgan

Bowling Green, Kentucky

Susan Morgan

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Morrow

Lincoln, Nebraska

Mary Morrow

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Murnan

Woodstock, Georgia

John Murnan

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Neeley

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Milan Neeley

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Ott

Dalton, Georgia

Sarah Ott

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Parfitt

Cheyenne, Wyoming

Kim Parfitt

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Pipes

Wilkesboro, North Carolina

Kelly Pipes

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Richard

Olathe, Kansas

Meg Richard

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Richardson-McVicker

Stillwater, Oklahoma

Traci Richardson-McVicker

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Sleeper

Vero Beach, Florida

Melissa Sleeper

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Stutzman

Boise, Idaho

Erin Stutzman

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Swihart

Beaverton, Oregon

Coleen Swihart

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Touchet

Maurice, Louisiana

Blake Touchet

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White

Seneca, South Carolina

Chris White

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Wood

Duluth, Minnesota

Alison Wood

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47 Teacher Ambassadors

29 States

1402 Students Affected

Science teachers help their students wrestle with critically important questions: What counts as evidence? What is fake and what is real? As we struggle as a society with the implications of unlimited access to information of uncertain provenance and unequal accuracy, the kind of critical thinking that a good science education provides has never been more important. Ann Reid
Executive Director, NCSE

Featured Case Study

Idaho | February 20,2019

Erin Stutzman: Making an Impact in the Classroom and the Statehouse

Faced with a legislative effort to remove references of human-caused climate change from the state’s education standards, NCSE Teacher Ambassador Erin Stutzman in 2018 worked with several of her students to testify in opposition. Stutzman talks openly about the challenges of teaching climate science in Idaho, where she faces pushback from colleagues and at times the surrounding community.

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