Keep Religion Out Of Science Class, AU Advises Ohio Officials

March 2002
Church & State;Mar2002, Vol. 55 Issue 3, p19
Relates the warn of attorneys of Americans United to educational officials not to introduce religious dogma into science classes in Ohio. Battleground in ongoing dispute over the teaching of evolution; Advocates of teaching evolution; Hindrance on the teaching of evolution due to proposed change.


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