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User Info: yzman

yzman
3 weeks ago#1
WKRC: “The Ohio House on Wednesday passed the ‘Student Religious Liberties Act.’ Under the law, students can’t be penalized if their work is scientifically wrong as long as the reasoning is because of their religious beliefs.”

“Every Republican in the House supported the bill. It now moves to the Republican-controlled Senate.”

https://local12.com/news/local/ohio-house-passes-bill-allowing-student-answers-to-be-scientifically-wrong-due-to-religion

What a time to be a Republican. Maybe they should outlaw science in general next?
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User Info: wally

wally
3 weeks ago#2
Oh for f***’s sake.
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TonyKojima
3 weeks ago#3
Teachers should ignore this.
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User Info: yzman

yzman
3 weeks ago#4
TonyKojima posted...
Teachers should ignore this.


Any teacher that DOESN'T ignore this should be fired in fact. They are clearly not a science teacher.

"Oh your religious beliefs say that the sun is made up of uranium? Well I guess you get the question correct!
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darkace77450
3 weeks ago#5
“The Ohio House on Wednesday passed the ‘Student Religious Liberties Act.’ Under the law, students can’t be penalized if their work is scientifically wrong as long as the reasoning is because of their religious beliefs.”

So basically Republicans have shifted from conservative to reactionary? Awesome.

User Info: brestugo

brestugo
3 weeks ago#6
This goes against academic integrity. What's next, 2+2 = 5 because Reverend Jackanapes says it's ok? Ohio is just plain stupid lately.
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AngelsNAirwav3s
3 weeks ago#8
brestugo posted...
This goes against academic integrity. What's next, 2+2 = 5 because Reverend Jackanapes says it's ok? Ohio is just plain stupid lately.


https://www.chicagotribune.com/lifestyles/sns-tns-bc-edu-math-racist-20191010-story.html

Could happen lol but from Reverend Al Sharpton
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darkace77450
3 weeks ago#9
brestugo posted...
This goes against academic integrity. What's next, 2+2 = 5 because Reverend Jackanapes says it's ok? Ohio is just plain stupid lately.


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User Info: EPR-radar

EPR-radar
3 weeks ago#10
This is what the religious whackjobs that have taken over the Republican party have always wanted --- absolute legal protection for their willfully ignorant stupidity.

They even want full credit for drivel like creationism in science classes.
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