In the November edition of the American School Board Journal, the Adviser Poll poses this scenario to our readers:
A group of parents and others who attend a large church in the school district began regularly attending board meetings to lobby for the teaching of creationism in the science curriculum. Administrators strongly objected.
The board wanted to be respectful of cultural and religious beliefs in the community, but also felt it was their responsibility to provide a strong foundation in science to the students. What should they do?
Vote and tell us what you think on ASBJ‘s Facebook page.