With bills on the move in Oklahoma and Tennessee, legislation intended to secure academic freedom in science education has been in the news.
His last performance review shows Coppedge’s supervisors and colleagues with (almost) all their knives out for him.
At least nine states currently have state or local policies that protect, encourage, and sometimes even require teachers to discuss the scientific evidence for and against Darwinian evolution.
Plus, another respect in which intelligent design may point the way to advances that other scientific paradigms seem more likely to miss.
In a brutal take-no-prisoners style, JPL’s legal team has done everything it can to impeach Coppedge’s account of himself.