The U.S. Department of Agriculture is spending more than $600,000 to teach college students how to be “internationally minded citizens” when learning about climate change, through a new curriculum called the “Global Thinking Academy.”
The University of Florida received funding to take 18 college professors on a trip to Belize and provide training to change how undergraduates think in an attempt to turn students into “global thinkers.”
“Thinking is a natural process and can often be biased, distorted, partial, uninformed and potentially prejudiced; excellence in thought must be cultivated,” according to the grant for the project.
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