Toppling of more US college presidents

What happens when children act more responsible than parents? Those who are our leaders, educators having to be motivated to act responsibly by students.

This is just the opposite of the intended purpose. School administrators are hired to provide the best educational opportunities for our children, our future. To achieve this, they set the best examples. In setting the best example, they are "supposed" to provide the best learning environment.

However, it has come to light that our most elite educators have only been concerned about "one thing" and that is PROFIT,  at any cost necessary.

Protests over racial issues: do more to respond to students of color, several instances of racism on campus, leaders have not done nearly enough to respond maturely, most of which is at the cost of the very students they enroll.

Prompted by student protests, college and university leaders are being pushed to resign. Students say they need to listen, speak, and act responsibly in response to concerns about racial and cultural diversity.

What this tells me is that these are the same old gruesome concerns and have never been properly addressed. It tells me our college administrators are more apart of the problem than they are resolving the problem. It tells me all the lies and attempts to cover-up has finally caught up to them, and they are no better or not as good as the criminal minds they educate against.

All of which confirms what I've already said about the current state of affairs in education.

College administrators have lost their credibility and students feel more empowered now to push for change at the very top. Students are acting more responsible than faculty.

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