This is much larger, more fraught with danger.
We have many important things to talk about and this isn't one of them.
Intelligent design is a public relations movement. People are going to have to decide who they want making the decisions. This is about raw political power.
Local districts can ignore this entirely.
We could potentially deliberately deny students education, and I find that very, very troubling.
I commend him [Professor Schmitz] for his effort. We cannot define science in a way that includes supernatural explanations, and that's what these science standards do.
It always concerns me when we begin to lose some very key people and I'm afraid there may be more. People are indicating they are moving on to other opportunities but, as it becomes more of a pattern, I think it is a logical question.
People are going to have to decide who they want making the decisions. At this time it is in the hands of the electorate.
It's an acknowledgment of her tremendous skills and knowledge. But she's going to leave a huge hole in the Department of Education.