Battling Complacency in Higher Education


Battling Complacency in Higher Education

Oct 6, 2022 1 min read
Kevin D. Roberts, PhD


Heritage Trustee since 2023
American flag at Harvard University. TriggerPhoto/Getty Images

America’s institutions of education need to be reclaimed both for the sake of students and for the future of the republic. Now is the time for conservatives to go on offense and reclaim the institutions we once trusted to educate and empower future generations, let alone the survival of our civilization.

Dr. Pavlos Papadopoulos, assistant professor of humanities at Wyoming Catholic College, sits down with Kevin to discuss why American education systems are in such disarray and unresponsive to the needs of both parents and the country.

Pavlos explains the chief differences between a correct and deficient regime and identifies areas where conservatives are complacent when it comes to higher education.

Pavlos Papadopoulos Ph.D. is an assistant professor of humanities at Wyoming Catholic College where he specializes in philosophy, trivium, and the classics. Dr. Papadopoulos uses his expansive knowledge of early western philosophy in his analysis of current events and the direction America is heading.

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