With unabashed transparency, organizations directly tied to the Chinese Communist Party have entered into financial relationships with the state’s flagship universities… and K-12 schools. The CCP has been given wide latitude to set curriculum, and even dictate hiring, while those same schools and institutions oppose involvement and oversight from parents and state lawmakers. This episode explores the tangled academic web that has the CCP at the center.
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