I've heard of parents of 5-6 year-olds that attend that school having to answer the question, "Mommy, is that a man or a woman?" A five-year-old has enough to learn about without having to add how to tell women that look like men from men.
There are also straight women who look like men, so unless the gym teacher in question's homosexuality is interfering with the child's ability to learn I still don't see a problem. Anyway, it seems to me that if you were concerned about your child's views on homosexuality, abortion, cloning, etc..., that it would make more sense for you to let your children be exposed to other people's views on those things while they are still young and easily influenced by your views, rather than isolating them from other views until they are adults and you rarely ever see or talk to them?
While I'm not an evolutionist, that's not what I'm complaining about. I'm complaining about the fact that he tells his students his moral opinion about controversial issues such as abortion and cloning.
I agree, the classroom is a place for facts, not opinions, but sometimes the issue does come up and I've even seen students flat out ask for a teacher's opinion on the subject.
There is a difference. Parents are the teachers, very few if any of them are certified teachers. You use a Christian curriculum, and the students are still taught some subjects at home by their parents.
What do you mean by "Christian curriculum"?
While not all homeschoolers are knowledgeable, the majority of them care about their children and try to do what's best for them.
There is a difference between trying and succeeding though, and whether or not whoever is teaching the subject is knowledgeable about the subject is usually the deciding factor between the two.