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A creationist in Tennessee wants a book “banned” from use in his local school district. What’s the argument?
Many new U.K. textbooks mention creation in their pages for the first time. There is, however, no cause for celebration about this mention, as the books nearly always get their facts wrong.
The Cobb County school board has decided to end a long legal battle over having stickers stating evolution is a theory and not a fact in high school biology textbooks.
The battle over evolution is on again in Cobb County, GA, USA. While it’s not quite Scopes II, the encounter is showing that evolutionists haven't been able to make their case to the American people.
A textbook disclaimer that evolution is ‘a theory, not a fact’ will go to trial, a US federal judge has ruled in Georgia.
In spite of efforts to prevent outsiders from telling the Texas Board of Education how to teach biology and evolution, the finger of outsiders was evident throughout the hearing proceedings.
At an extraordinary school board meeting in Kanawha County, West Virginia, the topic of creation versus evolution was brought up in the context of what is appropriate reading for high school students
As we have been reporting on this website, one of the major ongoing Ceation/evolution controversies in the United States is being played out in a West Virginia county.
Science textbooks used in the public schools of Oklahoma may soon be required to state that “human life was created by one God of the universe.”
School board members in a West Virginia county are divided over whether to purchase textbooks that present the concept of “intelligent design” as an alternative view to evolution.
West Virginia is another state where the creation/evolution issue is heating up.
Almost three months after a controversial resolution was voted down by the Kanawha County school board in West Virginia, three creationists find themselves in another public controversy.
The disclaimer states that evolution is a theory, not fact, and is an "unproven belief that random, undirected forces produced a world of living things."
By now we all know what really happened in the science classes in Kansas, right? Now, Oklahoma has joined the fray!
Textbook reports on creatures that walked on structures extending from their nose!