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Topic - Robert Scott
Police say an upstate New York man has been arrested on child pornography charges.
The Texas State Board of Education delivered a blow to social conservatives Friday, giving final approval to supplemental high school science materials after a brief flare-up over some lessons teaching the principles of evolution.
Already, 146,000 teachers have signed up to participate and formed 5,000 subject groups, said Education Commissioner Robert Scott.
The state has partnered with PBS, the Smithsonian Institution and the National Archives, Scott said.