A recent Washington Post article suggested students were no less censorious than the general public. A deeper dive into the data suggests the opposite.
Jonathan HaidtStep 2: @Musa_alGharbi writes response at @HdxAcademy, praises Sachs and grants several points, digs deeper into datasets, finds that students DO report feeling more constrained about much speech, AND they support putting more constraints on others.
Here comes Peter Cottontail, hopping down the paper trail: Hard-boiled lawyers made sure no kids could participate in the University of California-Berkeley's campus Easter egg hunt on Sunday without their parents first signing a waiver. Before the...