'The U.S. higher education system recognizes the value of challenging authority; that is what “teaching critical thinking” is all about. I wrote in 2009 that the U.S. was primed to remain an innovation leader precisely because we give As for the answers that challenge the teachers thinking and Bs for the answers that echo it.
China, by contrast, is not a country where the government is likely to foster challenging authority any time soon.’
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