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How do we improve the military education of our children?
Given what seems to be a very liberal bias in current U.S. education, how can we better prepare our students to vote about and, if they choose, to participate in military actions?
Closing Statement from Erik Richardson
I'm amazed, not for the first time (or probably the last), that arguing for being able to think through an issue from different perspectives and that we examine the pros AND CONS of certain things can still end up labeled as skewed and driving an agenda.
I guess the question has been answered in a way, because before we can improve education about a particular topic--like the role/use of military forces--there is still work to be done on forming a clear picture of the difference between educating reflective, informed thinkers and driving one side of an agenda.