Last week, Zack Kopplin made us aware of how the largest charter school network in Texas promotes Creationism.
Now, Slate‘s Chris Kirk shows us a map where taxpayer money can legally be used to espouse Creationism, whether through charter schools or public schools:
… creationism in schools isn’t restricted to schoolhouses in remote villages where the separation of church and state is considered less sacred. If you live in any of these states, there’s a good chance your tax money is helping to convince some hapless students that evolution (the basis of all modern biological science, supported by everything we know about geology, genetics, paleontology, and other fields) is some sort of highly contested scientific hypothesis as credible as “God did it.
The scariest thing about that map may be the fact that you could take away the illustrated boundaries lines and still pick out Louisiana and Tennessee without even trying.