Ohio Education Board Reverses Course On Promoting 'Intelligent-Design' Creationism

March 2006
Church & State;Mar2006, Vol. 59 Issue 3, p17
The article reports on the decision of the Ohio Education Board to eliminate intelligent design from the state science standards. Americans United threatened to file a case against the removal of evolution instruction in schools. Other critics of intelligent design usage claimed that the lesson plan is inaccurate, wrong and non-scientific.


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