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Submission + - Tennessee Bill Helps Teachers Challenge Evolution (sciencemag.org) 1

sciencehabit writes: In a 70-28 vote yesterday, the Tennessee House of Representatives passed HB 368, a bill that encourages science teachers to explore controversial topics without fear of reprisal. Critics say the measure will enable K-12 teachers to present intelligent design and creationism as acceptable alternatives to evolution in the classroom. If the bill passes, Tennessee would join Louisiana as the second state to have specific "protection" for the teaching of evolution in the classroom.
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Tennessee Bill Helps Teachers Challenge Evolution

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