Slate's Chris Kirk rounds it up: In Arizona; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; Indiana; Ohio; Oklahoma; Utah; Washington, DC; and Wisconsin, private schools for which students receive vouchers or tax credits teach creationism. We're not just talking about a handful of schools here and there, either. The number is at least 300 schools. Additionally, a large charter chain with schools in Texas and Arkansas teaches:
... a creationist curriculum that seriously misrepresents the science of evolution. These materials wrongly portray the fossil record and the age of Earth as scientifically controversial, assert that there is a lack of “transitional fossils,” and claim evolution is untestable.That's government education money funding schools that make kids more ignorant. In some states, anti-science is state education law. But in others, charters and vouchers are providing a back door for these teachings, pulling funding away from traditional public schools. And creationism isn't the only troubling thing going on in some of these schools—in Georgia, schools that expel kids for being gay or just not hating gay people enough receive tax credit scholarship money.