Thursday, June 23, 2005


Montana to Review Science Standards

Montana is scheduled to review its science standards this summer, leading to reports that a controversy over intelligent design could erupt there.

About a year ago, the Darby school district in rural southwest Montana voted to include creationism in science classes, but that decision was quickly reversed when one of the creationists on the board lost a bid for re-election.

Republican State Rep. Roger Koopman, of Bozeman, sponsored a bill to allow school districts to teach intelligent design earlier this year, but the bill did not come up for a vote.

Read more in an article by John Fitzgerald in the Billings Gazette


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