Ken Miller was on Science Friday last week to talk about creationism being taught in school. His point is well taken overall, and his claim that I.D. supporters using the court system to mandate the teaching of I.D.--along with a forced discussion of the "strengths and weaknesses" of evolution theory--is tantamount to intellectual welfare. click here to listen.
A good way of gratifying both sides of this argument might be to include some kind of history of religion and/or bible as literature class as free elective options in high schools.
Maybe a current events curriculum could look into the controversy over the issue, and could weigh the validity of each argument as well as hold open debate on the subject. But what do I know?