"I honestly don't think you can have too much knowledge on any subject, that's my personal view, but I do think evolution shouldn't be taught in school, just because it's so many different views on it, so many different definitions, like, how do you teach a child the true meaning of evolution when so many cultures have different beliefs? And scientists have their different theories? It's just ...not a good subject that I feel everyone will agree on in classrooms when kids come from all different backgrounds, different cultures, different beliefs. So I just don't think it's a good topic for school subjects at all."
—Miss Kentucky, Kia Hampton
sonascope: I was taught evolution in school, in a well-funded pilot school in a county that's the fifth wealthiest county in the country, and sadly, at least in those days, the way it was taught was so piss poor that it came off as a sort of lysenkoism determined by will ...
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