What few people understand is that evolution does NOT explain the origins of life, nor does it say that humans came from monkeys. True evolution is more of a fact, and there are countless examples of it happening.
While organic evolution does not explain the origin of life, when combined with the fossil record, it does explain that all life humans, bacteria, plants, fungae, protozoa, all kingdoms are derived from a common ancestor. And no, humans did not evolve from monkeys, as current forms do not evolve from old forms. Humans are derived from a pro-simian-like ancestor common to all primates. Our closest ancestor is the chimpanzee, we did not evolve from the chimpanzee, just as the chimpanzee did not evolve from us, we derived from a common ancestor. The first branch from our common ancestor we know as far as I'm aware is A. Afarensis "Lucy". The fossil record does not lie, and evolution has been proven true by the fossil record. The theory of evolution was developed even before it was proven true by the fossil record, and even in Darwin's day evolution was immediately accepted in the scientific community.
As far as the judge's view that the stickers were unconstitutional, I agree. The constitution does not explicitly say that there is a separation of church and state, but I believe that freedom of religion implies that all are free to choose a religious belief of their choice. To put stickers in books that denounce what has been proven true for the cause of Jewish and Christian fundamentalists is recognizing a certain religion. If I said that the Holocaust did not happen as my religious belief and stickers were put in history book, that would not be constitutional, so why should stickers in books be? Evolution belongs as fact in science class. If religion wants to teach otherwise, that's fine, in the proper place. Science does not ask for evolution to be taught in sunday school or for stickers to be placed in the bible.
We're gonna do what we like to call a "jetBlue how do you do", which is slang for dumping a bunch of fuel in the ocean