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A bill in the Tennessee legislature would allow teachers to freely discuss alternate theories to evolution such as intelligent design, its sponsors say. Proponents of the bill say teachers and students should be able to weigh all sides of the
Free schools can be set up by charities, universities, businesses, educational groups, teachers and groups of parents. They will have more freedom over the contents of their curriculum, leading to fears that science teaching in the schools may not be
The measure from Republican state Rep. Bill Zedler would block higher education institutions from discriminating against or penalizing teachers or students based on their research into intelligent design or other theories that disagree with evolution.
Posted by Jim Ridley on Mon, Mar 14, 2011 at 11:03 AM A bill by Rep. Bill Dunn, R-Knoxville, requires public schools to create an environment in which teachers respond appropriately and respectfully to differences of opinion about controversial
Staff report chibrknews-opera-patron-arrested-for-assault-20110314 A Lyric Opera patron who became upset when he was told he couldn't gain immediate readmission to a performance of "Carmen" staged his own off-stage fight Saturday night, police said.
Mrs. Dreyers recent letter to Fence Post accused us of mischaracterizations, slander, flat out lies and unethical tactics in the Stevenson Board election because we wrote that we believe the Cardella/Brady/Powell slate wants to teach intelligent
Tom Brady's hair, which has taken a turn for the worse this week down in Brazil. It's time we shed some light on the chronological evolution, or devolution, of this monstrous man-coif so as to try and understand where thing went wrong and what if
Community High School District 128 administrators were responding to comments during a recent school board meeting, where Buffalo Grove-based activist Rob Sherman said he had been contacted by a student's older sibling. The student had complained
People often wonder how all the various "races" of people could come from the same original human ancestors. Well, in principle, that's no different than asking how children with different color hair ( i.e., blond, brunette, brown, red) can
A House committee rejected a measure Tuesday that critics said would allow creationism and intelligent design to be taught in public school classrooms. Rep. Sally Kern, the author of House Bill 1551, said her measure would allow teachers the freedom