Teaching document is a mix of standard material and creationist claims.
Zack Kopplin, an activist who has tracked attempts to sneak religious teachings into science classrooms, found a bit of sneaking going on in Youngstown, Ohio. There, a document hosted by the city schools includes a lesson plan that openly endorses intelligent design and suggests the students should be taught that there’s a scientific controversy between it and evolution.
What part of separation of church and state does this school district not understand?
Source: Ohio school district has “teach the controversy” evolution lesson plan | Ars Technica
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None of it.