Michigan School Board Flunks 'Intelligent Design'

December 2006
Church & State;Dec2006, Vol. 59 Issue 11, p3
The article reports the decision of the Michigan State Board of Education not to teach "intelligent design" in the state's biology courses. The board cast an 8-0 vote to block the subject from high school biology classes. A federal judge ruled in Pennsylvania that intelligent design is a religious belief, not a science, making it unfit for study in science classes.


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