Yes. Educators have the power to influence their students. To promote neutrality and equity in the classroom, it's important for educators to keep strong political, religious, or otherwise controversial opinions to themselves.
38% (160 votes)
No. The First Amendment should be applied to all equally. The stating of controversial opinion -- as long as it is presented as opinion -- is a good lesson for students in democracy, critical thinking, and tolerance.
53% (221 votes)
Neither. (Click on Vote, then Click on Comment on the results page to offer another response, or to tell us about your experience.)
9% (38 votes)
Total votes: 419