Georgia school board allows teaching of creationism

The Cobb County school board yesterday approved a proposal permitting teachers to discuss alternative theories to evolution in science classes. Board members said the new policy is meant to encourage critical thinking about the origin of species. The ACLU is challenging the decision.

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