The British Centre for Science Education has announced its support for a petition opposing the teaching of creationism as scientific fact:

Creationism is known, and officially acknowledged, to be contrary to scientific fact. We therefore demand that creationism should not be presented as a valid scientific position, nor creationist websites and resources be promoted, in publicly funded schools or in any youth activities run on publicly funded school premises.

More background to the petition at the BCSE blog.  See also the CrISIS Facebook page

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  1. essay outline’s avatar

    I agree! We cannot truly say that creationism is science for science is based on studies and experiments and by redirecting to creation.

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