via The Guardian. (I could not get the full story to post so click the link to read all of it)
The Oxford biologist argues that evolution is so important to our understanding of the world that it should form part of the primary school curriculum. He is dismissive of the notion that evolution is a difficult concept for young children to grasp.
“Evolution is a truly satisfying and complete explanation of existence, and I suspect that this is something a child can appreciate from an early age,” he writes in the Times.
Sounds great to me.