creationism in schools

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The board ultimately decided to adopt the contested textbooks, but, of course, the evolution-in-schools debate has not been
Josh Rosenau, the programs and policy director at the National Center for Science Education, also declared the publishers
Blue Ridge Christian Academy, the school that made headlines after one of its creationist "science" quizzes was posted online, is officially closing down, according to the Travelers Rest Tribune.
Teacher Bernice Buchanan noted the school was in deep financial trouble due to the fact that 40 percent of its 139 students
Though the number of Americans who believe that human beings evolved without God's influence has increased since 2004, the
The board attempted to add creationism to the district’s curriculum in 2011. However, that proposal failed due to public
The issue, which was discussed at Thursday night’s board meeting, is part of a larger proposal that would open up a variety
Denying and misteaching evidence-based science like evolution and climate science will confuse our students about the nature of science and stifle future American scientists and scientific innovation.
Teaching our students creationism is wrong. American citizens must stand up and demand that their state governments stop funding creationism with public money. We must teach evidence based science and not fund voucher schools which will fail our students.
According to results of the 2009 National Assessment of Educational Progress, a federal test known as the Nation's Report
In 1987, the Supreme Court struck down a law mandating that "creationism" be taught equally with evolution in public school
The Senate voted 24-8 for SB 893, which would allow teachers to help students "understand, analyze, critique and review in
*This story has been updated for greater clarity. Based on respondents' write-in answers, the researchers surmised that many
(Scientists think the Earth is about 4.54 billion years old, according to the U.S. Geological Survey). State education officials
During last night's Delaware senatorial debate, Christine O'Donnell was asked a perfectly straight-forward question: Do you believe that evolution is a myth? O'Donnell opted to demonstrate that she is every bit as ignorant of established law in the United States as she is of biology.