Minnesota’s draft science education standards include language that would require state students be taught that climate change is a human-caused phenomenon — the first time in Minnesota such guidelines would finger human activity as the driver behind global warming.

If approved, the standards would take effect next school year. The department posted the draft on Nov. 10 and has been holding hearings around the state over the past week.

Final approval would come in May 2019.

Click here to read the full story in MPR News (November 21, 2018)

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