Reading through a long thread discussing conservative vs liberal colleges has caused me to do a little thinking.
There are parental concerns about schools being too conservative, too liberal, too religious, too secular etc. Maybe some of us jump to conclusions about schools (as well as many other things in life) because our perspectiv is limited
Here are two examples from my much earlier life that demonstrate error because of limited perspective.
1 - One day in my pre-teen life my brother showed me a picture of a skyscraper from an encyclopedia and told me it was in Africa. I did not believe him. Why? Because my only exposure to Africa came from watching Tarzan movies.
2 - In my teen years I went on of bus tour of US historical sites. Coming from the intermountain west, and my only exposure to the east being from TV and movies, I was shocked to see open country in places like New York and Illinois.
Just a little food for thought. Don’t know if it will taste good or not.