Ken Ham stated in a recent article that he is not trying to have creationism taught in the public schools.
Now I find this in the Ken Ham blog archives. It was posted after Thanksgiving.
"Public Schoolteacher Using AiG Resources"
"Even though many public schools would intimidate or fire a teacher allowing students to hear both sides of the creation/evolution issue, we know of many teachers like this one who are doing just that:
I am a public high school science teacher. I love your website and have done much research using your search engine. So far I’m able to show both sides of the issues and give my students information that they wouldn’t normally receive from teachers who have bought into evolution. I believe my students greatly appreciate being able to see both sides of the controversies and appreciate being given the respect to choose for themselves.
Pray for these missionaries within the public school system who are doing their best to teach the students correctly concerning the origins issues."
You have apparantly never heard of the Dover, PA trial.
A federal judge ruled that teaching creationism OR ID in a public school science class is illegal.
I hope that school district has a lot of money because when this goes to court it could very easily cost them a million bucks. And yes, this teacher should lose his job because he is willfully breaking the law.
I have a feeling that this is merely a contrived (read: Lie) letter to annoy defenders of the first ammendment.
Does anybody wonder why the Hamster would consider himself above the Constitution? Probably because he is not going to be responsible for paying the legal fees when this goes to trial, and it will eventually.