Since I've had my son, I have been looking nonstop into how I can improve any future aspect of his life. One troubling thing that I found out is that if a teacher is religious and does not believe in evolution, they have the right to refuse to teach it. I am not sure if they are legally allowed to teach creation or intelligent design in class, but they are well on their way. Evolution is a fact, and the evidence fully supports it. There is no scientific evidence supporting creationism or intelligent design, and if they are taught to accept the Word without question, and without evidence, what the hell are they learning? How is this affecting their learning processes? Not only do they need to be taught to question everything, and to never dull down their quest for knowledge, but they should be drilled to search for evidence supporting the facts. As for denying evolution, they should not be allowed to deny these children, my child, the education they need. This is why my wife and I plan on schooling our son instead of sending him through the public system that even has the option of keeping information away from him.