National News

Cunqueiro, Karine
September 1999
New York Amsterdam News;09/09/99, Vol. 90 Issue 37, p2
Reports on the decision of school officials in Kansas to delete virtually any reference to evolution from the state's science curriculum. Clash between evolution and creationism in United States schools.


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