Dr. Salah Sultan, President of the American Center for Islamic Research, Columbus, Ohio, and Member of the European Council for Fatwa and Research, states:

“There are two basic rules in this case:
1. The person reporting disbelief is not considered to be kafir. Allah, for example, reports some people in the Qur’an saying “Allah is poor and we are rich.” So, in the case of students, there is nothing wrong in reporting what this theory means or states while answering exams.
2. However, students should make their intention to question this argument or theory and defeats it by providing all the scientific, beside the Islamic, evidences that negate it. They could do this in the form of a class discussion or any similar methods. This should be their duty towards this wrong belief in evolution.”