"Intelligent Design" Wants God Across All the Curriculum

Terry, Mark
February 2005
Education Digest;Feb2005, Vol. 70 Issue 6, p24
Presents information on the Intelligent Design (ID) campaign aimed at revising statewide science standards in the U.S. Overview of a 2004 article by a Discovery Institute Fellow regarding the state of ID as a science; Details of several religious journals which were created to carry the work of the Intelligent Design movement; Actions that can be taken by educators to improve the education of students about science in general.


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