Kansas (of all places) became the first state to officially impose on public school students an atheistic definition of science
This is either false or meaningless. The Kansas standards do not promote atheism, and if that is the sense of the term, then this is false.
If, on the other hand, the claim is that the Kansas standards do not include references to any gods, then the same criticism could be applied to the definition of any topic taught in public schools. The reading standards explain that “ ‘Reads’ is broadly defined and includes receptive communication. Receptive communication is the processing of a message mediated
through one or more of the senses.” No god involved. Those horrible, horrible, godless reading standards!