In the discussion thread: Here Is What Louisiana Schoolchildren Learn About Evolution [View all]
Response to octoberlib (Original post)
Tue Nov 20, 2012, 12:54 AM
Glassunion (9,214 posts)
13. There was a caveat in the article. This is NOT what Louisiana Schoolchildren Learn About Evolution.
These are NOT excerpts from a text book in any public school in LA.
If you read the only comments in to the copy/pasted pages is the following: "Fifth graders in some state-sponsored schools in Louisiana study both creationism and evolution as competing theories. “Fact or Theory?” "
What are "Some state-sponsored" schools? How many are some? And why are they state sponsored?
Is this from a science book from a public school or theology text book from a private school?
The article speculates and seems a bit nefarious in how it is presented. There are zero specifics as to what schools this material is from, what class it is being taught, or even the name of the text book. Is there a reason that the information presented is not given in its full context? Why are the pages presented out of order?
I'm not going to get my feathers ruffled when information is presented in such a preschool manner.
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