The Washington Post reports that one of the prevailing sentiments following screenings of the recent documentary "An Inconvenient Truth" is that every student in the United States should view the film. Because of this, the company who made the film offered to provide 50,000 copies of the DVD to the National Science Teachers Association so that educators could use the film in classroom lessons. However, in an eMail rejection letter to the company, educators have said "thanks, but no thanks" to the offer, citing the possibility that other special interest groups would seek to distribute materials of their own....

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