Wednesday, February 28, 2007



They know their potatoes in Idaho and, apparently, they also know a half-baked idea when they see one, too.

According to The Idaho Statesman, the Idaho Science Teachers Association has adopted an official position on teaching intelligent design in Idaho's public schools. "It's not science," they say, "and it doesn't belong in the classroom."

"It basically would be unethical to teach creation science or intelligent design because it is not science, and it does not belong in a science classroom,'' says Rick Alm, president of the ISTA's board. "We're not taking a position against religion; it's just under the context of the law and the public school setting, religion has its place, and it's not in our science classroom."


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