Comment: Mhm there's nothing wrong with gaining a deeper understanding.

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Mhm there's nothing wrong with gaining a deeper understanding.

A lot of good can but a lot being taught would probably be things we disagree with and consider incorrect. Like this from the Principles of health course.

"Students in the course will explore successful examples in public health, including how scientific discoveries and regulatory policies have both contributed to mitigate risk factors and improve health outcomes"...

It's just seems its very globalist and very collectivist, across many areas even the history classes. Not that we can't learn from it. I'm just pointing out that it's not exactly Thomas Woods liberty School...

It's spreading a lot of what we would consider incorrect information for the masses, thus misinformation. Where as we would look at the unintended consequences and the bigger picture not just apparent immediate benefits.