|"Who would have thought that simply questioning and analyzing a scientific theory would be banned in schools anywhere in America?" |
|Casey Luskin, Discovery Institute|
COLUMBUS, Ohio (BP)--The Ohio State Board of Education has voted 11-4 to discard portions of its 10th-grade biology curriculum guidelines that critics said opened the door for teaching Intelligent Design.
The model lesson plan, called “Critical Analysis of Evolution,” requires that students learn “how scientists continue to investigate and critically analyze aspects of evolutionary theory.” The guidelines did not mention Intelligent Design apart from a disclaimer, but critics said information for the lesson was derived from Intelligent Design and creationist literature, The Columbus Dispatch reported Feb. 15. Read More