After a school board meeting on Tuesday, one Ohio school district is still considering adding creationism to its curriculum, despite criticism from students, teachers and civil liberties advocates.
The addition of creationism, which would be part of a larger “controversial issues” initiative, was first introduced by the Springboro school board in May. While the proposal received support from local tea partiers, it was greeted with hostility from community members and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).
"I want to allow that discussion to happen," said Kohls. "We're going to leave it on first reading for quite a while."
According to local outlet WDTN-TV, the board meeting was filled with community members who voiced their objections to the proposal.
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