Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Indiana Legislator Wants To Require Science Teachers To Prove Truth of Their Teachings

In Indiana, state senator Dennis Kruse, chairman of the Senate Education and Career Development Committee, says he will try a new approach now that he failed last session to get legislation to allow the teaching of creationism along with evolution in the public schools. According to the Indianapolis Star yesterday, Kruse will introduce what he calls a "truth in education" bill.  As the senator describes the proposal: "If a student thinks something isn't true, then they can question the teacher and the teacher would have to come up with some kind of research to support that what they are teaching is true or not true."

2 comments:

Jim Thompson said...

Perhaps politicians and preachers could do the same?

Gary47a said...

This would backfire on Kruse, but be good for Indiana students. Teachers will just show how evolution is true, and refute the nonsense of creationism.