Free Market alerted me to the fact that Texas may be changing the laws that requires textbooks to cover both the strengths and weaknesses of any theory. I think the only reason for changing this law is so that Darwin's theory can be bolstered despite weaknesses. The Dallas Morning News seems to agree. If you don't think that there is any weakness in the neo-Darwin theory, I encourage you to read this quote from an evolutionist.
We have no acceptable theory of evolution at the present time. There is none; and I cannot accept the theory that I teach to my students each year. Let me explain. I teach the synthetic theory known as the neo-Darwinian one, for one reason only; not because it’s good, we know it is bad, but because there isn’t any other. Whilst waiting to find something better you are taught something which is known to be inexact, which is a first approximation…’
Professor Jerome Lejeune (French geneticist in 1985)
There are more such quotes, but I didn't have time to find them all today.
If you don't think that that there is active censorship of teachers, professors, and researchers in the origins field of science, I encourage you to watch Expelled.