7th December, 2012

“Sen. Dennis Kruse, a Republican who heads the Education and Career Development Committee, described his proposal as a “truth in education” bill. Teachers who make assertions some students question would be required to present proof. “It won’t mention religion. It won’t mention creation,” he said. “It will just basically try to establish truth in our public schools.””

Indiana lawmaker wants science teachers to prove assertions - UPI.com

Flying Spaghetti Monster, help us!

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    Okay, my first thought was, “No, this is a good thing.” This is a good thing because A) burden of proof lies with the...
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