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Jeff Jacoby

Separating school and state

By Jeff Jacoby
Globe Columnist / June 12, 2005

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THREE RECENT dispatches from the education battlefront: * Kansans have been debating how the development of life on earth should be taught in public schools -- as the unintended result of random evolution or as the complex product of an evolution shaped by intelligent design. The board of education is to decide this summer whether the science standards should be ... (Full article: 793 words)

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