Opponents to the state’s 3-year-old guidelines– met Sunday night to discuss the issue. The meeting comes after a federal judge in Pennsylvania outlawed instruction of intelligent design as an alternative to evolution there.
Critics say the wording of Ohio’s standards could take the science out of science class.
“Those of us that oppose the adoption feel that it is introducing faith based concepts in a science class where students are supposed to be learning to use the scientific method of inquiry to undercover new knowledge,? said Rob Hovis of the State Board of Education.
I’ve already had a Veggie Tales episode, and that was bad enough thanks! I actually have no problem teaching religion in schools – just keep it where it belongs and teach about them all! it’s really quite simple.
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