In moral aspect, it is necessary to be taught both evolution and creation in public but it will only cause confusion amongst students and other learners so teach only one dedicated study to avoid futher damage its value of the course.
Evolution is suppoted by science. Creationism is not.
That and what makes Christianity do special. If yoy teach adam and eve you also have to teach greek and roman creationism, himdu creationism, shinto creationism, ever native american creation story, aboriginal creation story, etc. You can teach your own kids your religion but public school is secular.
I feel like religion will get brought up no matter what in school due to it's value in history. I also believe that every other aspect of religion that isn't directly involved in history class should be taught in a place valuing that religion. Kids need to decide what to believe, I agree. Before that they should be presented with facts and theories that explain the world so that they are not so easily brainwashed into a group of people that really likes reading the same book.
Well yeah religion comes up in school but we talk about its role in history we dont teach the religion. Your beliefs dont matter they dont run the science class. What is dupported by science is taught in the acience class your beliefs have no place. If a bumch of people get together and decide that antarctica is hot they dont get to decide that thats going to be taught in public school now because no matter what you believe it isnt supported.
If Religion is not taught in school, and there are religious people in that class, then the religious person will be very VERY confused. So, I think both should be taught, as a comparison, not as a "this is the right one" so that people can have debates and questions and that stuff. (Sorry, I can't explain it that well...). Or we should teach religion not as a scientific study but as a history study, because Religion is a part of Human history.