Case in point: here is physician Danielle Teller writing over at Quartz.
This may seem paradoxical. Isn’t dispelling confusion an aim of education?
Contrary to what you hear from the media, from evolution activists, and from Darwin defenders in academia, ID’s big day in court has not yet come.
Jones’s extensive copying and the errors this introduced should undermine confidence in his ruling.
Our position on science education in schools had been publicly documented since 2002 — several years before Dover.
Not only did Jones eschew judicial economy, he attempted to act as a policymaker and wandered into the relationship between science and religion.
The interests and opinions of the ID movement were not represented in the Dover trial.
A decade later, the ID movement is not only still alive — it’s thriving.
In terms of actual scientific value and influence, On the Origin of Species may not be number one.
There are many problems here — and all of them prevent students from truly learning science.