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How To Teach The Controversy Over Darwin and Evolution

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5
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Casey Luskin
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00:05:18
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This week on the Intelligent Design The Future podcast CSC program officer for public policy and legal affairs, Casey Luskin, outlines Discovery Institute’s science education policy.

As a matter of public policy, Discovery Institute opposes any effort require the teaching of intelligent design by school districts or state boards of education. Attempts to mandate teaching about intelligent design only politicize the theory and will hinder fair and open discussion of the merits of the theory among scholars and within the scientific community.

Listen in as Luskin explains why Discovery favors this approach to science education policy.


Special Offer

Want to teach the scientific controversy over evolution but aren’t sure what is allowable? We would be glad to provide you with the short film, “How To Teach The Controversy Over Darwin Legally.”

This short video clearly and concisely summarizes the legal framework for teaching about evolution. A great resource for teachers, school board members, and parents, this video features interviews with scientists and legal scholars and explains how to teach the controversy over evolution in a legally responsible manner.

This is a one-time special offer only good through Monday, June 5, 2006. E-mail us before then at cscinfo@discovery.org to request a copy of this informative DVD.


For more information be sure to visit the Center for Science & Culture homepage at www.discovery.org/csc/.

Casey Luskin

Casey Luskin is an attorney with graduate degrees in science and law, giving him expertise in both the scientific and legal dimensions of the debate over evolution. He earned his B.S. and M.S. in Earth Sciences from the University of California, San Diego, where he studied evolution extensively at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. His law degree is from the University of San Diego, where he focused his studies on First Amendment law, education law, and environmental law. He conducted geological research at Scripps Institution for Oceanography (1997-2002).
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