My colleague Howard Van Till attended the school board meeting in Gull Lake on Monday. The superintendant announced there that the internal committee had completed its work and would announce a decision on whether they would allow ID to be taught by two junior high school science teachers in the district. That decision will apparently announced to the faculty before being announced publicly, presumably by the time of the next school board meeting. This comes as the Thomas More Law Center is threatening them with a lawsuit if they do not allow the teachers to teach ID. Conversely, if the school district decides to allow it, that will almost certainly bring a lawsuit on behalf of parents in the district on establishment clause grounds, similar to the ongoing case in Dover, PA. My organization, Michigan Citizens for Science, has already coordinated with the ACLU and Americans United about a possible suit should they decide the wrong way. Stay tuned.