If you like the idea of living in China, then the government using the Internet to tell everyone what to believe should sound like just the ticket.
The student, who attends a public university, is worried about how this kind of indoctrination bodes for the future. I am too.
Despite their sometimes-nonchalant attitudes as they try to act cool, children do care what their parents think.
You may already know about academic freedom bills — such as those passed in Louisiana in 2008 and Tennessee in 2012.
William Butler Yeats noted, “Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.”