We aren't there yet with universal usage of tablets instead of books but when we do then it's just going to make it easier for local school districts to get their science texts personally tailored to their own thinking.
As a side note, consider the idea of using a 20, 50, 100 year old science textbook, ignoring the problem of the book being damaged along the way. You'd never accept your kid being taught from a 100 year old science textbook. We're now on the verge of having textbooks that always stay up to date with tablets. Imagine that, a book that constantly updates itself to stay current. (I know the reality is far from the promise of the fantasy, it will actually just mean the book was never edited properly in the first place and never gets completed, but let's pretend). It's practically magic, and if you showed it to someone 200 years ago they would burn you for witchcraft.
Now think about the Bible. Assume for the moment that it really was inspired by a higher power. It's the words of God, but filtered through the perception of man as he was thousands of years ago. Maybe he tried to tell us about how he really created the universe and the creation story is just how it came out in their minds. But in the thousands of years that have come and gone since then God can't be bothered to update his text. So something there just isn't right.
Finally, the same people that demand the government teaches religion are the same people that think the government can't do anything right. So isn't it a good thing they aren't trying to teach creation?