"We're not just going to lament this problem. Here's a curriculum to fix it," he said.
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."