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On this page, you will find resources related to ideas and themes outlined in the report.

Tackling Scientific Misinformation in Science Education

This paper discusses the nature of scientific misinformation and how existing science education standards can better support instruction about misinformation. The authors suggest that new instructional materials will be needed to do so and argue that forming an Alliance for Scientific Media Literacy Education is both appropriate and timely.

Access the paper here.

Calling Bullshit: Data Reasoning in a Digital World

Calling Bullshit is a course designed to teach students how to think critically about the data and models that constitute evidence in the social and natural sciences. They've also released a book entitled Calling Bullshit: The Art of Skepticism in a Data-driven World. 

Civic Online Reasoning 

The Civic Online Reasoning (COR) curriculum provides free lessons and assessments that help teach students to evaluate online information that affects them, their communities, and the world.

Resisting Scientific Misinformation

In conjunction with WGBH’s NOVA, Drs. Andy Zucker and Penny Noyce created a one-week unit for grades 6-12 called “Resisting Scientific Misinformation,” available for download on the website linked below. 

Revising Science Education Standards

New national or state science education standards will be negotiated by relevant stakeholders. Although any initial proposal might change significantly, one starting point published by several science educators who have studied the situation for years can be found on the website below.

Sense & Sensibility & Science

Sense & Sensibility & Science is a course designed to help individuals and communities make decisions and avoid errors in their thinking using approaches that have been given to us by scientific methodologies.  


Since 2017, Faktabaari, a Finnish fact checking website, has focused on developing a digital media and information literacy project building on fact-checking with voter literacy campaigns and development of information literacy.


Reinventing Scientific Literacy: NGSS 2.0?

This paper is one of several outcomes of an invited conference held at Stanford University from February 3-4, 2023, to discuss the strengths of, and contemporary challenges for, the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). It summarises the points made by one or more of the participants of a diverse range of major stakeholders in U.S science education.

Access the paper here.