Not that their functions intersect, but this development signals a clash of intentions between the coordinating board and some members of the State Board of Education.The column notes that the ICR is threatening to sue THECB.
With state science standards coming up for approval, some members of the board want to make room in them for intelligent design or outright creation theory.
01 May 2008
Texas Higher Education and Creation Research, Part 26
Over in the Waco Tribune, there's an funny column titled, "Religion in fake mustache." It points out the apparent split between the the THECB's rejection of the ICR proposal and the upcoming revision of the state's K-12 science standards: