Serious question for creationists: why do you try to get your 'theory' into schools instead of going the route of every other theory, meaning peer review and getting accepted among the scientific community?
Should it be taught as an equal to evolution? Definitely not; however, it certainly should be mentioned within science classes that other beliefs exist. It might not be a bad idea to explain what some of those beliefs are so that while the next generation is fully informed about evolution, they're also aware and tolerant of other beliefs.
I will give you guys some logical-though-not-scientific evidence against evolution: our bodies are so well built and our personalities so different that I don't know how we could have come from one little cell, even if it did mutate.
@Loveshismom: You are correct that your statement is completely unscientific, but I'm afraid it is only logical in the sense that it's a logical fallacy. Your inability to understand something is not evidence for your claim of a supernatural creator. That's called an "argument from personal incredulity." It is only evidence that you don't understand the basic concept of embryology (single cell to multicell development), not to mention the general concept of evolution by natural selection. It's not a crime to be ignorant of such things, but you probably shouldn't hold that ignorance up as a badge of honor, or evidence for anything else.