Have you noticed that most supporters of creationism aren't religious figures and don't have a degree of religious teaching. They also don't know much about their holy book, they just gotta pick that cherry.
Anecdotally, I have met few evolutionists here (or on Facebook) that know anything about science beyond what they learned in the government indoctrination facilities otherwise known as public schools., which is nothing substantive. Indeed, I would suggest that being limited to what the government school teaches makes you less than ignorant, for they overwhelming believe that arrogance is a fine substitute for knowledge.
Although that might be correct with some schools and people, just because people don't want to do huge research and try to become biologists doesn't mean that they can't revere evolution as a fact. I would suggest that being limited in what theories to teach is making people ignorant, but bringing in non-backed hypotheses like creation and teaching it as an equal "theory" is a poor idea and would not be beneficial for the classroom environment. I suggest that we only teach evidence based theories and we should not teach non-backed hypotheses as a plausible reasoning; however, we should say that creationism is a thing and that is not backed by science, but you can believe it if you want to.