Debate over evolution makes some science teachers uneasy

07/6/2005 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Scientists view challenges to Darwinism as a "growing threat" to the teaching of science, but advocates of alternative theories say children should be exposed to critiques of evolution. Some teachers say classroom debate over the origin of life is tricky when it brings in politics and religion, rather than staying confined to established science.

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