Military recruiters appear to be attracting more scrutiny from parents and others, prompting some districts to re-examine their policies of open access. Supporters of the military’s efforts to reach students at school face vocal critics who argue that young people are being given too rosy a picture of military life during a time of war.
What do you think about schools being required to give military recruiters access to students? How should schools involve parents and students in the re-examination of their open access policies?
A version of this news article first appeared in the TalkBack blog.