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A framework within which to determine how we should use animals in science education

The scope of science is fundamentally to understand the natural (i.e., material, as opposed to aesthetic, moral, imaginary or other) domain. Since one of the more remarkable features of the Earth is the presence of millions of species of organisms, nearly 90% of them animals, one might imagine that animals would play a central role in school science education. Michael Reiss discusses why this is not the case.

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