Teaching Evolution A Stumbling Block For Ohio Board

01/15/2002 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

Several members of Ohio's Board of Education are advocating teaching "intelligent design" -- the belief that living things were designed by an unspecified being -- in state schools' science classes. A critic called the proposal creationism by another name. The group of board members were pushing for a vote on the matter as early as today.

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