Vehement Public School Teacher Thinks Creation Science Caucus Illegal

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A very upset teacher threatened to "check into the legality" of what we're doing. This is not an uncommon occurrence. We probably get this type of response at least once a year. Of course the Creation Science Educators Caucus is completely legal and AiG donating materials and volunteers to help man the booth is completely legitimate. We have a copy of the NEA bylaws that state in part, "NEA affiliates, delegates, and caucuses shall be permitted to use the exhibit area to distribute material related to the Association's agenda, including material or information that is contrary to or advocates a change in NEA policy. Caucuses may distribute material or disseminate information prepared by groups external to the Association. Groups external to the Association shall be permitted to use the exhibit area to distribute material or disseminate information" (emphasis mine).

 

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