How about questions? Would you allow those kids to question things in science class? Could they pose logical arguments against things like RNA world, random chance for functional protein formation, etc. in science class? Or would they be met with 'Sit down Bobby, this is no place for your sermons.'?
Now youre just trying to indict science education .
Id welcome all questions, but the student would have to understand something sufficiently advanced to talk intelligently about an "RNA world" > The kid would have to know what its all about, what it says, and what are the other competing HYPOTHESES.
(There are several we know that dont we??) An RNA world , as far as I know, has been a full frontal dsicussion regarding lifes origins in journals by real working scientists. It turns out that there are perhaps 8 to a dozen competing hypotheses of life's origins all within the realms of science and all implied naturalism.
When is this evidence of Intelligence going to be presented as a reasonable argument as was promised by Philp Johnson back in the early 1990s (When the DI was announced as a "scientific based" counter to implied naturalism), and, as he said then, "Wait for five years, we (the I) has lots of proof in the pipeline)
So far all we have gotten is the tired old argument that these guys keep repeating about how complexity of organisms is proof .