At an extreme end, a pro-science curricuum could teach unambiguously that the bible is just flat out wrong, and nonsense, and shouldnt be relied on for anything. Most western democracies stop short of that position
So this is pretty much is what I suggested by renaming creationism VS evolution policy.
Essentially it would be Religious Teaching or something like that:
Max science: All religion and spirituality is pure bullcrap, effectively creating atheist state over time - atheist education.
Somewhere on science side: religion/spirituality act as glue (churches being places where people can meet or so) and is fine for explaining metaphysical/immaterial world.
Essentially being ethics/philosophy with spirits and gods.
This would be secular education.
Somewhere on religion side: Bible or other holy scripture is source of truth (but shouldn’t be taken literally) and religion explains a lot.
This would be religious education.
Extreme religious side: Only religion can explain stuff. Nice way to damage Education and Technology stats unless you try hard to counter-act its effects.
Nice way to max out conservative and religious membership.
This would be fundamentalist education.
This way I would keep in on Secular level keeping conservatives, liberals and religious relatively happy with policy - always can pop some more education/technology policies.
Most countries seems to have Secular or Religious education.