Why do you think schools only teach Evolution in the final year of highschool biology in Canada?
I don't think the basic concept of evolution wouldn't be that hard to teach a junior science class, but by not doing so, only a fraction of people will learn about it. Ninth year curriculum goes over gestation, cell bodies and theories of space ETC. and everything else in the spectrum of science that carries onto the other grades such as plant life, cellular biology, physics, but not evolution.
Science can be dropped by grade 10 in Canadian high schools, and it will have to be taken as an elective. Many students do not need to take biology in order to fulfill university requirements and an academic biology seems as a deterrent to students who wish to keep there averages up.
Factoring out all of the students who do not wish to take biology, who do not need it as a prerequisite for university, who are in special education courses ETC. it seems that a very small percentage of the total number of students will ever be taught about the theory of evolution in the classroom.
Do you think this is because the multicultural and multireligious land of Canada would not want to have the same drama that is happening in elsewhere over evolution being taught in schools so they make it an elective if a student wants to learn about it?
When is evolution usually taught in the US schools?