What "Intelligent Design"ers Are Really Designing

Boston, Rob
March 2005
Education Digest;Mar2005, Vol. 70 Issue 7, p32
Discusses issues regarding the teaching of intelligent design, a version of Religious Right creationism into high school biology classes in the U.S. Background on a lawsuit filed by the Americans United with the American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania against the Dover School board in Pennsylvania concerning the constitutional separation of church and state; Facts of the case; Creation of a policy on teaching intelligent design by the Dover School Board.


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