I know it's not just Florida (yeah, I live here) but FFS.
Vice president Pence wants Creatiism taught in all public schools. The only other documentary's reference to Creationism I could find was the Flintstones and Creationism Museum/Noah Ark
The Creationist Museum is expanding and plans to make billions from it. Most amazing is how they make up and pull these idea out of their ass by using Christian science
I will do the same, make sh*t up.
Once two Brontosaurus got on the Ark they used up 1/3 the space. Bring on the rest of the dinosaurs you got 2 layer of animals. Then stack up the rest of the animals like in the good book :Cat and the Hat:
Have a 600 year old Noah hand out rain coats so their skin dose not peel away. Once reach Mt Everest Noah handed out oxygen masks and winter coats.
Once landed they craned everything around like they fred Flintstones on Brontosaurus. They then ate all the dinosaurs on a feast called. :Happy thank God Day: as they appreciate God killing off 95℅ of all other species. Noah almost lived happily ever after for another 350 years.
So glad it wasn't like that when I grew up! Of course I went to regular public schools. We we're still dissecting frogs in middle school biology. I don't see how some crazy ark story even sounds close to being better than actual biology? It's a strange thing, seems like a lot of the population in Florida are from the north east. They transplant as they become older bringing their families with. And from what I understand the north east is pretty liberal. Maybe I don't know what I'm talking about either ??
Just from the article title, I'm thinking oxymoron. A publicly funded school is by definition a public school. I would think any legislation stating that such schools are private or not public, however it's worded, would be thrown out by the courts if challenged.