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There's a ton of evidence for it. Atoms organize into organic molecules, amino acids self-organize, etc.
If one was teaching it, there's a lot of hypotheses to present and discuss with a class.
And there is no competing scientific alternative - so, yes, a responsible professor would teach it by discussing the various research going into it.
What other option would there be, Buck? To give students some holy book and say "despite that this has no evidence whatsoever, and despite that science does, here you go"???
How about telling them the truth?
Or you might want to have that peer-reviewed first.