Ohio Education Board Strikes Compromise On Science

November 2002
Church & State;Nov2002, Vol. 55 Issue 10, p3
Reports the adoption of a curriculum allowing school districts to teach evolutionary biology by the Ohio Board of Education. Influence of religious controversies surrounding human origin; Rejection of the previous science curriculum of the state; Consideration of the new curriculum as a compromise.


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