How many medicines are we now discovering that've been used medically for thousands of years, but were skipped over by 'modern medicine' because they were ASSUMED to be fairy tales? Many of the chemical compounds used in medicine today were originally used before anyway, people just didn't understand why, and so their treatments were just ignored as superstition, when in fact they often had a strong basis in fact.
I'd want my children raised learning to seek out alternative concepts and theories, and to think of EVERYTHING critically, and tear everything apart equally with their mind, to learn all they can and base their decisions on an open minded approach, and the realization that science is just a tool to explain that which we don't understand, and that there's alot of things that science can't currently explain but doesn't mean it's any less real.
I want my kids, if I ever have any, to seek the truth and understand their world, not just accept things blindly.
Being taught only a single view of the world, and being told it is FACT, when there is always the possibility it may be in error in part, or in whole, is one I don't agree with at all.
I do, however, want stress placed upon the MOST LIKELY situation, with the information currently available. But I don't want a 90% probability to be viewed as 100%. That last 10% always bites yeu in the butt when yeu don't expect it.