Standards Draft 6.1 html
||The current standards, adopted February
||The creationist-influenced "sub-standards." This
is the December 1999 version, based on the August 11, 1999 standards,
but slightly revised to avoid the fact that the national science
organizations refused to give copyright permission to use their language.
5, July 1999 html
||This is the draft, originally submitted
by the 27-member science writing committee, that was changed by the
Board writing team to create the 1999 "sub-standards."
CDC Draft A8,
June 1999 html
|This is the "citizens drafting committee's
(CDC)" version written by Tom Willis, president of the Creation Science
Association of Mid-America CSAMA), and others; and secretly used
by Board subcommittee of Steve Abrams, Scott Hill, and Harold Voth
when they "revised" Draft 5.
of Willis CDC Draft 8A with the 1999 standards html
||This complete version of the 1999 standards
shows all the additions ostensibly made by the Board writing team,
color-coded to show the source of the additions. Over 95% of the
additions are taken verbatim from Willis's CDC draft A8. By Jack
of Draft 5 with the 1999 standards html
||This document, by Peter Gegenheimer,
shows all the deletions and additions made to Draft 5 by the Board.
CDC Draft 4A,
May 1999 html
|This is the first draft written by the
Willis group, presented to the Board by Steve Abrams in May, 1999
without revealing its source. A number of statements from this draft
are also in CDC A8, and appear in the standards adopted in 1999.
The introduction in particular was so outlandish that this version
never came to a vote. The lack of success of CDC Draft 4A prompted
the secretive tactics later used with CDC Draft 8A.
|8) 1995 Standards html
||These are the 1995 standards. As part
of a complete curriculum standard overhaul in all subjects, the Board
instructed the science writing team to add "greater clarity and specificity" to