Survey Data: Discussing Controversial Topics in the Classroom
More than 830 educators took part in a survey on discussing controversial topics in class. National politics, rather than perennial hot-button issues like race and religion, seemed to be the most divisive this year—more so than in previous years, educators said. Even so, 56 percent said they were no more—and no less—likely than before to share their own political views with students.
Vol. 36, Issue 27