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S. society becomes ever more pluralistic, pressures mount to ensure that the public school provides its diverse population with a common educational experience. Equally strong are demands that schools respect and even promote the various cultures into which the school population was born. In short, society is faced with many ques tions: Will the public school curriculum be a smorgasbord or a melting pot? Will pub lic schools offer an array of culturally, politically, ideologically, educationally, and linguistically diverse experiences from which parents or students may choose?
Trial courts hear evi dence, determine facts, and apply the law, whereas appellate courts correct errors of law at lower levels. Appellate courts, especially the highest courts, focus on issues of broad significance. Their majority opinions make law within their area of jurisdiction. Most written court decisions contain certain common elements. The facts of the case are the events and actions that created the dispute under consideration, and the is sues are the disputed questions of law or fact.
Disappointed with the outcome of Edwards, a school board in Louisiana adopted a policy that required its teachers to read the following "disclaimer" every time evolu tion was mentioned in one of its classrooms: RELIGIOUS AND MORAL OBJECTIONS TO COURSE CONTENT AND MATERIALS 29 It is hereby recognized by the Tangipahoa Board of Education that the lesson to be pre sented, regarding the origin of life and matter, is known as the Scientific Theory of Evolu tion and should be presented to inform students of the scientific concept and is not intended to influence or dissuade the Biblical version of Creation or any other concept.
A Teacher's Guide to Education Law - 3rd Edition by Michael Imber, Tyll van Geel