Teaching Evolution Update This week, Dover voters ousted school board members who adopted a policy requiring that intelligent design be presented as an alternative to evolution in biology class -- while across the country, the Kansas board of education approved new science standards that cast doubt on the theory of evolution.
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Teaching Evolution Update

Teaching Evolution Update

Teaching Evolution Update

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This week, Dover voters ousted school board members who adopted a policy requiring that intelligent design be presented as an alternative to evolution in biology class — while across the country, the Kansas board of education approved new science standards that cast doubt on the theory of evolution.

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Nick Matzke, public information project specialist; National Center for Science Education