I don't think so. Being an older person and remembering what school was like before PC and comparing it to what it is like now gives me a perspective you may not share. I would consider calling the police on a young child and kicking them out of school be cause they pointed a finger at someone, or to a six year old for kissing a classmate (they wanted to label this child a sexual predator) well beyond exaggerating the problems. These are only two of many actual outcomes from overreacting school officials. It doesn't even begin to address the overt anti-Americanism, racial hatred, and re-editing of history by our colleges. Our colleges are now spending more time teaching non-tolerance than preparing out kids for the real world and getting an actual job. And, no, I don't consider a job as a paid activist as a real job. And just for your information I worked in the labor force thirty years, paid taxes every year and that after serving in the armed forces, enlisted, not drafted. I am also a disabled veteran. Even retired I volunteer seven days a week. I earned my right to my opinions and I have no need to get over myself.