Dover School board backs down
The teachers at least recognized that Intelligent Design is not science. There is hope after all for Dover.
The defendents' law firm (Thomas More law center) argued
"The Dover faculty have no right to opt out of a legal directive," Thompson said. "Having said that, because there is pending litigation ... we are going to accommodate their request.
They should familiarize themselves first with the vacuity of intelligent design before making such silly arguments. Forcing teachers to read a religious statement
of faith or forcing students to leave the class room during the 'service' are clearly in violation of separation of Church and State.
Students, teachers to be excused from 'intelligent design' statement By MARTHA RAFFAELE, AP Education Writer
This is a beautiful tactical move