CNN.com reports that conservatives who pushed anti-evolution standards back into Kansas schools have lost control of the state Board of Education. Prior to Tuesday’s election, doubters of evolution held a 6-4 majority on the board. Now candidates who believe that evolution is well-supported by the evidence have the 6-4 majority. Critics of Kansas’ science standards were worried that if the conservative, anti-evolution contingent maintained power on the board, it might encourage other states to copy Kansas’ model. Eugenie Scott, director of the National Center for Science Education, says: “There are people around the country who would like to see the Kansas standards in their own states.” …