Evolution has always been the subject of debate around the world. In particular, countries that do not recognize secularism exclude the theory of evolution from the curriculum.
After years of debate over the theory of evolution, the Texas State Board of Education deleted a single word in the curriculum.
The advice to just read and learn the curriculum now makes it unnecessary for students to question evolution as before. In other words, it indirectly helps to teach creationism.
Those who support the "evaluation" of evolution say this word encourages the spirit of scientific inquiry that all theories must be considered precisely at every angle.
The Texas Board of Education reviewed the word for one year and finally decided to remove the word 'evaluate'.
Changes in the curriculum do not prohibit the teaching of creationism. A science teacher in Texas can teach alternative theory at his discretion. Teaching creationism or faith-based education as an alternative to science is still common in the United States.
But a new Texas curriculum says that high school biology will continue to lecture biologically on evolutionary biology.