Yesterday I revealed that when I went to public school, evolution was not taught. Allow me to back pedal and tell a story of my education beforehand: I was homeschooled until tenth grade, and my Mother purchased Christian Biology books for me to use. No doubt her intentions were good. The Biology books I used always taught against evolution, and did so in a way that anyone familiar with creationist propaganda will recognize. I took a look at the books, which my Mom still has, and they say all of the following: Neanderthals were just people with rickets, Man's closest living relative is the bullfrog, Evolution breaks the Second Law of Thermodynamics, and so on and so on. There are more errors in those books' discussion of evolution than I could possibly document.
One particularly interesting feature of this book (Published by A Beka) is that it states vestigial organs, such as the appendix and tailbone, all serve a purpose and are therefore not evidence of evolution. Later on, it states that the "vestiges of legs and a pelvis" found in snakes are evidence that they are descended from legged creatures, as implied by Genesis (In Gen. 3:14 God curses the snake to crawl on its belly, implying it previously walked). If vestigial organs may serve a purpose, be it a lesser one, and are still evidence of a creature's ancestry, then why don't these folks take the tailbone, intristic ear muscles, goosebumps, etc. as evidence of our descent from other animals?