Charter school principal Terrence O. Moore finds that there are plenty of "bright, moral, faithful, energetic, and hard-working young people" in America, but that they might not be planning to attend an Ivy League school.
They are increasingly choosing more traditional (i.e., not P.C.) colleges, not as "safety schools," but as their first choice over more prestigious and better-known universities. The elite schools no longer command the reverence and deference of red-state America. The parents and students of "flyover country" are starting to put their money where their morals are or where they believe truth is.
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