I find the idea of introducing Creationism into a science classroom in an effort to get students to "think critically" to be so absurd that it should not be uttered by ANYBODY living in 2013.
However this is obviously yet another attempt by those who place faith over intelligence to undermine learning in the hopes that they can keep the populace uneducated enough to buy their bullshit.
I am also once again enraged by the fact that these idiots keep misrepresenting the definition for a scientific theory, and instead mix it up, possibly on purpose, with a hypothesis. (You can read the definitions here.)
By the way Americans United has warned this Ohio school board that they are risking a lengthy court case:
Any public school contemplating teaching creationism might as well just hang up a giant banner that reads “Sue Us Now,’” said the Rev. Barry W. Lynn, executive director of Americans United. “Courts have been very clear about this: creationism is fundamentalist religion, not legitimate science, and it has no place in science classrooms.”
Don't forget that Americans United were instrumental in keeping Intelligent Design (Creationism in sheep's clothing) out of Kansas elementary schools.