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Thursday, January 17, 2008

Texas Follow-Up

The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board has delayed its decision on whether to offer accreditation to a science education program offered by the Institute for Creation Research Graduate School. The board was scheduled to consider the proposal on January 24, but postponed at the request of the institute. Eddy Miller, the dean of the institute's graduate school, requested more time "to do justice to the concerns" that the Texas state commissioner of higher education, Raymund Paredes, raised earlier this month. Miller requested the board delay a decision until its meeting in April. —Dan Messier