Discovery's Science Education Policy

Discovery's Science Education Policy

There are 2 comments on the Discovery Institute story from Feb 11, 2013, titled Discovery's Science Education Policy. In it, Discovery Institute reports that:

What does the Discovery Institute's Center for Science and Culture recommend for science education curriculum? As a matter of public policy, Discovery Institute opposes any effort to require the teaching of intelligent design by school districts or state boards of education.

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“I Am No One Else”

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#1 Feb 12, 2013
The why is it they are the ones funding campaigns to do just that? Creationists are liars, the whole lot.

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#2 Feb 12, 2013
KittenKoder wrote:
The why is it they are the ones funding campaigns to do just that? Creationists are liars, the whole lot.
The first line of the article sates this is their "public policy". The part about funding the ID/creationism legislation push is contained in their "private policy"

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