How Creationists Would (and DO) "Educate" Children

"The worst thing adults can do to children is misinform them about the world they live in, because when they eventually find out the truth, their elders will have no credibility with them and their rebelliousness will know no bounds."
--James s. Mellett, Question - Do you believe in evolution? Answer - Do You believe in gravity?, The Professional Geologist, Jan. Feb, 2004, p. 33-36.

Dissecting the Disclaimer (off site)
Kenneth R. Miller

Dealing with Anti-Evolution  (off site)
Eugenie C. Scott
Executive Director, NCSE

Cans and Can'ts of Teaching Evolution  (off site)
Eugenie C. Scott
Executive Director, NCSE

25 Ways to Promote Science Education  (off site)
National Center for Science Education

  Alabama Schoolbooks and Creationist Lies
William J. Bennetta

The Oklahoma Textbook Disclaimer  (off site)

What's Wrong with the Oklahoma Textbook Disclaimer  (off site)

A lesson plan for Oklahoma  (off site)

Richard Dawkins
Charles Simonyi Professor In the Public Understanding of Science
Oxford University, Oxford, England

Victory in Cobb County  (off site)
"'[T]he Sticker adopted by the Cobb County Board of Education violates the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment,' declared U.S.
District Judge Clarence Cooper..."

Kansas Evolution Hearings [off site]
Transcripts of an Intelligently-Designed "Kangaroo Court"

Responses to Jonathan Wells's Ten Questions to Ask Your Biology Teacher  (off site)
National Center for Science Education

Combating Creationism in a Louisiana School System
Barbara Forrest

At the Front in Tangipahoa Parish
Barbara Forrest

How Can the Creation-Evolution Issue Be Brought into the Classroom?
Mark O'Leary

Education Creation Style
John Stear

  The X-Nilo Show

Beware of Creationists in Disguise
John Stear

Creation OnLine (off site)

   The Creation Bus ... and Us
John Stear

The School of Tomorrow
David Kostinchuk

QED: dogma and reason can co-exist  (off site)
Robert Matthews

Is there an alternative to the theory of evolution?
(or: why people who think so are wrong, misguided and dangerous)  (off site)- October 28, 2004

Objections to the Teaching of a "Theory of Creation"  (off site)

Public Wants Evolution, Not Creationism, in Science Class,
New [2000] National Poll Shows
  (off site)

Whose creationism shall we teach?  (off site)
Jeffrey DeYoe
The Rev. Dr. DeYoe is pastor of Trinity Presbyterian Church in Palm Coast, Florida, USA

Is the United States Becoming Hostile to Science?
Alan Elsner

'Theory not fact' a living fossil from 1925!  (off site)
Nick Matzke

"Family First"? - not in science education
John Stear, February 2006

John Mackay's UK Tour
Roger Stanyard

Intelligent Judging - Evolution in the Classroom and the Courtroom (off site)
George J. Annas, J.D., M.P.H.

"Religious arguments have permeated debates on the role of the law in medical practice at the beginning and the end of life. But nowhere has religion played so prominent a role as in the century-old quest to banish or marginalize the teaching of evolution in science classes."

Home-schooling special: Preach your children well (off site)
11 November 2006 news service
Amanda Gefter

Dawkins campaigns to keep God out of classrooms (off site)
Alexandra Smith
Monday November 27, 2006

No change in Society position on creationism  (off site)
Science News,
12 September 2008
"The Royal Society is opposed to creationism being taught as science.  Some media reports have misrepresented the views of Professor Michael Reiss, Director of Education at the Society expressed in a speech yesterday."

Zombie Jamboree in Texas (off Site)
Glenn Branch, deputy director of the National Center for Science Education
30 October 2008

Texas: Religious Antievolution's Silly Season  (off Site)
The Austringer' The Weblog of Wesley R. Elsberry
"You may not be able to 'balance' science with nonsense, but you can use nonsense to undermine any hope that science will take root in the mind of a child."

On the origin of ignorance (off Site)
Ian Bell, Sunday Herald

Christian English high-school 'academies', with their creationist thought police, are allowing 'the theory' to be heard as merely one account among many. It is as though Einstein is being asked to compete with the Tooth Fairy."