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A biblical studies student at Jerry Falwell’s Liberty University has asked the school board in the Greensburg Salem, Pennsylvania, school district to teach “creation science” in science classes, according to an article in the Tribune-Review. A list of nine alternative textbooks for the 2002-03 school year has been submitted for consideration by the science department, leaving a final decision to the school board.
Congressman George Miller, a member of the joint conference committee that drafted the final version of the recently signed No Child Left Behind education bill, has sent a letter to NCSE clarifying the significance of the “Santorum Amendment.” The amendment, stripped from the bill and placed in the conference committee report in weakened form, has been cited by anti-evolutionists in several states as justification for watering down evolution or inserting intelligent design in science curricula.
The distinguished biologist John A. Moore, Professor Emeritus of Biology at the University of California, Riverside, member of the National Academy of Sciences, and Supporter of NCSE, died on May 26, 2002.
by Skip Evans
NCSE Network Project Director