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|Elementary and Secondary Schools: Conscientious Objection in the Classroom|
Elementary and Secondary Schools: Conscientious Objection in the Classroom About Dissection Dissection was introduced into education in the 1920s as a way of studying anatomy, biology, physiology, and the theory of evolution. It was during a time when people were not so aware—or not at all aware—of i
|Colleges and Universities Conscientious Objection in the Classroom|
Colleges and Universities Conscientious Objection in the Classroom About Dissection Dissection was introduced into education in the 1920s as a way of studying anatomy, biology, physiology, and the theory of evolution. It was during a time when people were not so aware—or not at all aware—of issues in
|Cost Analysis of Dissection Versus Nonanimal Teaching Methods|
Cost Analysis of Dissection Versus Nonanimal Teaching Methods As more and more educators explore the benefits of nonanimal alternatives to dissection, software companies respond by developing ever more impressive technologies. New programs offer stunning educational adv
|Animal Testing and Animal Experimentation Issues|
The replacement of animal testing and animal experimentation with nonanimal techniques often yields both ethical and technical advantages. Clinical, epidemiological, and pathological investigations remain the foundation of research on human disease. Although animals are often used when ethical or practical issues h
|Animals, Research, and Alternatives: Speakers|
Speakers Experts from around the world have come together to discuss the scientific and ethical imperatives associated with animal research, changing cultural perspectives about the status of animals in society, and burgeoning alternatives to animal research. Following is a preliminary list of spea
|For Students: What You Can Do|
Eight tips for creating an animal-friendly classroom: Ask your teacher if your class will be dissecting animals. Don’t wait until the last minute—find out as early as possible in the school year. If a dissection lab is planned, formulate your reasons for refusing to dissect animals. You’ll
|Beyond Animal Research Archive|