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Standards should treat evolution honestly
By: Chris L. Thomas & Seth Cooper
Star-Tribune
November 30, 2003

The Educational Debate Over Darwinism
By: John Angus Campbell
Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies
November 13, 2003

ELIMINATING ERRORS: Evolution becomes topic of concern for voters
By: Andrew Bell
Texas Tech University Daily
November 10, 2003

In textbook battle over evolution, 'errors' debated, corrected
By: Ken Walker
Baptist Press
November 10, 2003

Board gives final approval to biology books
By: APRIL CASTRO
Associated Press/Ft. Worth Star-Telegram
November 7, 2003

The Evolution of Textbooks: Students shouldn't be protected from dissent
By: Editorial Board
Dallas Morning News
November 5, 2003

Woman's Feeding Tube Is Ordered Reinstated
By: Manuel Roig-Franzia
Washington Post
October 22, 2003

Providence Lost - and Found?
By: M.D. Aeschliman
National Review
September 29, 2003

How Should Schools Teach Evolution?
Don't Forget Weaknesses in Theory
By: Bruce Chapman
Dallas Morning News
September 21, 2003

Textbook Debate
It's All About the Evidence
By: Stephen C. Meyer
Houston Chronicle
September 19, 2003

Institute Supports Accurate Science
By: John G. West
San Angelo Standard-Times
August 8, 2003

Intelligent Design, Freedom, & Education
By: Phillip E. Johnson
Breakpoint.org
May 9, 2003

Darwin in the Classroom:
Ohio Allows Alternative
By: John G. West
National Review Online
December 17, 2002

Evolution Coverage Missed Real Story:
Won't Old Stereotypes Ever Die?
By: John G. West
FoxNews.com
September 30, 2002

The Peppered Myth:
"Of Moths and Men" An evolutionary tale
By: Jonathan Wells
Books & Culture
September 30, 2002

Cobb County (Georgia) School Board Promotes Academic Freedom, Not Religion
By: Discovery Institute's Center for Science & Culture
Press Release
September 26, 2002

Catch-23
By: Jonathan Wells
Research News & Opportunities
July 1, 2002

Darwin Would Love This Debate
By: Bruce Chapman and Stephen C. Meyer
Seattle Times
June 10, 2002

Is Science Democratic?
By: Benjamin Wiker
WorldNetDaily.com
June 1, 2002

Biologist Ken Miller Flunks Political Science on Santorum
By: Discovery Institute's Center for Science & Culture
Press Release
April 19, 2002

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