A decade after Dover

Borg, Julie
October 2015
World (0888157X);10/17/2015, Vol. 30 Issue 21, p56
The article discusses the 10th anniversary of a U.S. federal judge ruling in 2005 that Dover Area School District in Pennsylvania could not teach intelligent design (ID) in a biology class.


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