Look at page 51 of the current draft that the anti-science majority of the Kansas Board of Education wants for the Kansas "science" standards:
July 12, 2005 Draft of the Proposed "Science" Standards
I don't have to tell anyone with even a sixth grade understanding of astronomy what the blunder they are making.
Compare to proposed science standards before the anti-science antievolutionists created created their minority report which is no pretty much being adopted by the Board of Education. Look on page 8 of the PDF (labeled 37 at the bottom of the page):
Majority Report March 9, 2005 proposed science standards for grades 5-7 (This is the pro-science version.)
See the pro-science version had it right. I don't understand what the creationists wanted to do it anyways. Even if the error of fact was not an error of fact, the revision would still be less clear. Indeed the revision has nothing to do with evolution, the age of the earth, anyone's religion, or whether or not science should use naturalism. Maybe it is just an example of why one should not let people who don't know anything about science write science standards.