Creationist teaching materials in our schools
Dozens of schools are using creationist teaching materials condemned by the government as “not appropriate to support the science curriculum”, the Guardian has learned.
The packs promote the creationist alternative to Darwinian evolution called intelligent design and the group behind them said 59 schools are using the information as “a useful classroom resource”.
We’re not aware of any Suffolk schools that are doing this, but if you know different, please contact us.
See We’re all Monkeys for an answer to Creationism and “Intelligent Design”.