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"Critics argued that the board's decision to play down evolution in science
classes made the state look backward; proponents said it lets local school
districts decide what to teach."
I ran into the above quote in a news item about the Kansas elections. It
seems to me that the last statement raises an interesting question,
especially in these days of universal - and equal - education. Should local
school districts have the power to decide what to teach?
Lawrence A. Parker
The Ohio Center for Critical Thinking Instruction
Truth, Honor and Courage
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