Evolution and natural selection in SA schools

(1/1)

Q.E.D. (February 15, 2007, 10:09:45 AM):
Just a note: there is hope- a quote from Reuters today

TOPEKA, Kansas (Reuters) - The Kansas Board of Education on Tuesday threw out science standards deemed hostile to evolution, undoing the work of Christian conservatives in the ongoing battle over what to teach U.S. public school students about the origins of life.

The board in the central U.S. state voted 6-4 to replace them with teaching standards that mirror the mainstream in science education and eliminate criticisms of evolutionary theory.

"I'm glad we've taken this step. If we are going to have a well-educated populace, this is important," said board member Sue Gamble
bluegray (February 15, 2007, 11:57:30 AM):
That is good to hear. Do you know what the situation is in South African schools?
Centre (April 15, 2008, 18:39:51 PM):
Post removed: No double posting please. Re: Teaching evolution in South African schools

Navigation

[0] Message Index

Skeptic Forum Board Index

Non-mobile version of page