Creationism is a fact unlike evilution. Evilution is a joke.
Allowed? Yes. Mandatory? Probably not.
Schools are public institutions, segments of the government, as such they should operate separate from religion. Of course there are private schools, and they can do whatever they want, but public schools should not be allowed to teach creationism.
Even though I am religious, I have to say no.
(crappy) Public schools shouldn't teach Creationism, since public schools are a part of the government. Private schools however have every right to teach logical fallacies and total denial of science.
For a topic to be taught in school it must have some sort of scientific merit. If substantial evidence is found supporting creationism in the future then I will change my mind but until then I say no.
Keep religion out of the public sphere.
because some kids believe in God and the big bang crap wasn't by God.
Creationism is at best, a very quaint and unrealistic interpretation of the origin of the human race, not the universe that is encompassed by it. Really, creationism is just a foil against which religion can explain the existence of people, which is what religion really cares about. So, in that sense it shouldn't be held to the same standards as the rigorous experimentation of scientific theory, however it should also not be something that is "taught" as people should be allowed to decide for themselves why they think that humans are here on Earth, and how it came to be. Teaching skills, and training people to think, is what school should be for. Religion doesn't even figure into it.
Assuming that the schools in this case are public, they should not be able to teach religious beliefs.
Just private schools.
I am practicing christian but i still believe in a seperation of church from state