Science Literacy Among University Students: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Students in Eau Claire, WI and Students in Stirling, UK
Harris, Heather D.
Bleske-Rechek, April L.
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Acceptance of evolution in America is relatively low according to absolute standards, with an estimated one in 20 Americans meeting basic requirements for science literacy (Miller, 1998). However, the U.S.A. ranks high among other countries in science literacy, which some scientists credit to required exposure to scientific courses in college (Hobson, 2008). This study compared levels of science literacy between students in Stirling in Scotland, U.K., to students at UW-Eau Claire.
University of Wisconsin--Eau Claire--Students--Knowledge--Science
University of Stirling--Scotland--Students--Knowledge--Science
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