Science is not done by popular vote of uneducated people.<quoted text>
No one is suggesting teaching Creationism as fact. Until it can be disproven, and the majority of Americans still claim to believe in God, it should certainly be taught as one possible worldview!
Any other " conversation" you say we should have would be for what purpose? I frankly don't see what possible difference it should Mae to you what my personal worldview might be!
We do not set the acceleration by gravity at the surface of the Earth up for grabs.
As far as science is concerned creationism is disproved.
Here is a rough sketch of how science is done. First you make some observations of nature. Then you make a "guess" about what you observed. You figure out a way to test your guess. Now you have a hypothesis. After testing you have a tested hypothesis. Let's assume it passed its test. Now after testing your hypothesis you publicize it. The publication process alone is grueling. Even if you are correct the odds are that you will not get published. If you have any mistakes in your paper it will be sent back to you for you to correct it. The publisher will not correct it for you, he will merely point out your errors. Finally let's say your paper is published. Now every expert in the field will try to pick your paper apart and show the world all of the errors that you made.
If you succeed at all of these steps you now have a scientific theory. The whole world has tried to knock it down and has failed.
The theory of evolution went through this process. It has been tested and retested and passed all tests thrown at it. It is an extremely well tested and well accepted theory. That is what it takes to get an idea taught in school.
Creationists want to cheat. They want to skip to the head of the line without going through all of these steps. They think that just because a group of uneducated people think 2 + 2 may equal 5 that is should be taught as an alternative in school. That is not the way science or science education works.