Wednesday, February 16, 2005


And Now the Deluge

From the Associated Press:
"Forty members of the Kansas House are jumping into the debate over how evolution is taught in public schools. They've sponsored a resolution urging the State Board of Education to make sure students get a full range of views on scientific topics. The resolution cites evolution as an example. The board is expected to consider changes to the state science standards later this year. Some critics of existing standards want students exposed to more criticism of evolution. Governor Sebelius said Wednesday she opposes such changes. And some legislators say the issue ought to be left to the Board of Education. But backers of the resolution say they're only trying to promote objectivity in science education."

Look for a future post reporting where these 40 "objectivists" stand on school funding.


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