The best people to read on that question are the people from the Discovery Institute. And you can find a nice summary of their approach on the Sententia blog.
I decided to gather together an easy-to-follow outline of the evolution of (how apropos) science education policy and intelligent design with a particular focus on the role of the Discovery Institute.
The New Debate over Teaching Evolution
- It’s about science, NOT religion.
- It’s about teaching MORE about evolution, not less.
- The problem isn’t that we are teaching too much about evolution rather we are not teaching enough about evolution.
- It’s about freedom of speech and academic freedom.
- Discovery Institute has “transformed the debate [over evolution] into an issue of academic freedom rather than a confrontation between biology and religion.” New York Times, August 21, 2005
Discovery Institute’s “Teach the Controversy” Approach
- Teach the scientific evidence for and against Darwin’s theory, but don’t try to mandate the study of alternatives to Darwin like intelligent design.
- This tries to not politicize intelligent design.
- This was DI’s policy before Dover, and it remains the policy after Dover.
The rest of the article explains how this approach has been applied to the education system in different states, and how the Darwinian Empire is responding.