Teaching intelligent design or creationism in public schools has been a
controversial subject for the past century in the United States. Many people believe that
only the evolution theory should be taught. Intelligent design should not be taught in
public schools because it is not based on evidence. Learning creationism in school will
break the law, harm science and harm students learning about science.
Teaching intelligent design in public schools will break the law. The first
amendment states that Congress is prohibited to make any law respecting an
establishment of religion; therefore, you cannot teach creationism in schools. There have
been many cases of schools breaking laws in order to teach creationism; if the schools
don't want to break the law then they shouldn't teach intelligent design to their students.
Intelligent shouldn't be taught in public schools because it is religious and is not
practical for daily life. Intelligent design is the belief that a supernatural intelligence has
created the universe and humankind. The definition of evolution is that a developmental
process in which an organ or organism becomes more and more complex by
differentiation of its parts. Evidence has shown that an animal that has stronger genes to
survive in their environment can live longer than other animals that don't have the genes.
After a while, the animals that lived on will sometimes develop certain characteristics on
their bodies, which could make it easier and better for fitting to their environment.
Intelligent design is only a belief that the world today was created for a reason and
everything that we see was designed for a purpose. Most schools today only teach the
evolution theory which makes it more practical for daily life. Most people also believe
the evolution theory. The US News and World Report has made a...