Interesting summary of ID/evolution trial

Pepper Hamilton attorney Eric Rothschild opened the proceedings, telling the judge the school board ignored scientific knowledge and the advice of its high school science department to put the policy in effect.
He said several board members wanted to teach creationism; on an overhead projector, he showed some documents and a news clip to support his claims.
Among the documents were Nilsen’s notes from two board retreats that showed board member Alan Bonsell had brought up discussions about creationism.
Rothschild also presented a draft of the board’s policy, on which Baksa listed creationism instead of intelligent design.
York Dispatch – York Today