There is almost no chance that the Kansas State Board of Education’s six controlling conservatives won’t approve new science standards hostile to evolution theory and other time-tested concepts. If the vote doesn’t happen this week, it surely will happen as soon as legally possible, in the wake of two national science groups’ refusal of the use of their copyrighted material. In injecting religiously motivated criticism of evolution theory into science standards, the state board is only inviting more criticism of itself.
Posted by Rhonda Holman
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