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About 60 public high school teachers from the Atlanta area were at Emory University last week, swapping stories about the challenges they face when teaching evolution, reports the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. They said students often walk in with grave misconceptions about the subject, and many parents fear teachers will tell kids that they can't have their religious beliefs. Some students burst into tears when a high school biology teacher told them they'd be studying evolution. Another teacher said some students repeatedly screamed "no" when he began talking about it. Other teachers said students demanded to know whether they pray and questioned
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