A school should seek a debate only “if you’re in a position to do it and you’ve got a campus that’s willing to take on a challenge,” he said. “A challenge that’s not just for a few people but for an entire campus. You can’t do these things and have half your campus say it isn’t a good idea, or it doesn’t mean anything to them. Our job is to be good hosts for a conversation about our future.”
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Ben Wolfgang is a national reporter for The Washington Times. Before coming to the Times, he spent four years as a political reporter in Pennsylvania. His focus is on education and science policy. Ben lives in southeast D.C. and has played guitar in several bands while still in Pennsylvania. He can be reached at email@example.com.
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