Ok, but it skirts my concern. I understand you are essentially saying that the free market will take care of this in the long run, and yes you are probably right in that, however in the mean time, kids are being deprived of a good education, and my tax dollars, and tuition costs are being misappropriated for dishonest ends.
I will never forget the day it was announced in my high school that President Kennedy was killed. One young man said, "great, another nigger lover dead".
He was threatened on the spot, and was smart enough to keep his mouth shut. This was in East Texas, btw....
Oracle of Utah
Truth rings hollow in empty heads.
Not all kids act like ***holes, and I would even go further and say that it isn't all liberal students that are projecting this. But it only takes a small number to be constantly grabbing attention, and you have perception. So tell me, are you willing to just turn a blind eye? Or, should we hold institutions like Colleges accountable for their blatant lie of being an "open forum, and open exchange of ideas" when we know this to be false?
"you're better off on Stormfront discussing how evil brown men are taking innocent white flowers." Infinite Chaos
Issues that undermine academic freedom or more broadly have a harmful impact on student learning outcomes should be addressed sooner rather than in the long-term. Today's graduates need to be prepared to have a chance to be as fully productive members of society (workforce and in life in general) as possible. If they cannot be fully productive, that would have adverse implications for the nation's productivity, competitiveness, economy, and finances. In short, even if my answer didn't fully convey it, I believe it is imperative that significant situations that deprive students of a good education should be treated as urgent matters by colleges/universities, their accrediting bodies, and also public policy leaders given the investments made in higher education. As a caveat, I do not believe public policy officials should attempt to dictate curricula. Their focus should be on outcomes, graduation success, etc.