Cobb County, Georgia Case
Georgia County Gives Up on Evolution Book Stickers by Diane R. Stepp and Ktistina Torres of Cox News Service, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, December 20, 2006
School Board Abandons Evolution Sticker Case Associated Press, The Topeka Capital-Journal , December 19, 2006
Expert Witness Testimony Provided for Plaintiffs November 16, 2006
Remove Stickers, Open Minds by Kenneth R. Miller, in the January 22, 2005 issue of The Boston Globe
- Expert witness statement of Eugenie Scott on the history of creationism and "theory not fact policies"
- Expert witness statement of Kenneth Miller on the science of evolution and the definition of "theory" and "fact" in science and science textbooks
- Expert witness statement of Brian Alters on the pedagogical problems with evolution "warning labels" and antievolution disclaimers
Judge Orders School to Remove Evolution Disclaimer from Textbooks by Robert Marus in The Baptist Standard (posted January 21, 2005)
School Board Decides to Appeal Ruling January 17, 2005
- School Board to Appeal Evolution Ruling MSNBC
- School Board to Appeal Ruling to Remove Evolution Stickers CNN
- The Nebraska Religious Coalition for Science Education is an official signatory as amicus curiae for briefs filed in District and Appellate courts by Georgia Citizens for Integrity in Science Education and other citizens' organizations nationwide. The appeals brief is a 20-page pdf document.
District Court Ruling Announced January 13, 2005