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Ohio Science Standards Update

Ohio HB 481, was introduced by Representative Reidelbach and fifteen other co-sponsors on January 24, 2002. The bill requires Ohio schools to do three things:

  • Encourage the teaching of origins science objectively and without religious, naturalistic or philosophic bias or assumption.

  • Provide appropriate explanation about any material assumption that is used as a basis for an explanation in origins science; and

  • Encourage curriculum development that will promote critical thinking and help students understand the full range of scientific views regarding origins and why the subject is controversial.

The bill has attracted a firestorm of political and media attention. We have collected copies of the legislation, comments, testimony and news articles and will post updates as they are available.

For further information on the Ohio Science Standards, you can also visit the IDNet website at:



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