The consequences of the deficient citizenship capabilities of school graduates around the world contribute to poor government, to poor public understanding and deliberation of important policy issues—such as immigration or international conflicts—and as a result to exacerbate conflicts at local, national and international levels.
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From the blog
Everyone thinks. Thinking is part of our nature. But many of our thoughts, left to themselves, lack objectivity and are distorted or biased. They are not based on objective facts and are simply preconceived. The poor quality of our thoughts is a source of bias. It undergirds intolerance, racism, extremism and violence. We must systematically cultivate excellence in our manner of thinking.