Texas official allegedly forced out over intelligent design e-mail

12/3/2007 | USA Today

Texas's director of science curriculum, Chris Comer, said she was forced to resign after she forwarded an e-mail about a book criticizing intelligent-design instruction. Department officials declined to comment, but documents obtained through the Texas Public Information Act said, "Ms. Comer's e-mail implies endorsement of the speaker and implies that TEA endorses the speaker's position on a subject on which the agency must remain neutral."

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