Schools used to be a place where students explored ideas and developed what they think about the world. Each student was free to be different. The current learning environment is the polar opposite. This is a problem because without free thought and speech intellectual development is curtailed.
Mindvax on Locals is the educational environment that schools used to be: a place for students to explore ideas without the fear of being told you cannot think or say that. For true education and critical thinking to occur, students must be free to discuss complex ideas without fear of censorship or public cancellation.
With critical thinking lessons and case studies plus moderated discussion boards, Mindvax is the place for students to take the time to understand what they really think.
There are several reasons for parents and students to get a Mindvax on Locals subscription, especially for students experiencing the following situations in school:
1. Being afraid to speak up about what they believe
2. Being told their ideas are not worthy of discussion simply because of whom they are
3. Being told their ideas have less merit than someone else's, even though they are correct
4. Being a member of a campus organization that is not allowed to speak freely on campus
These restrictions directly limit intellectual development. It is time for a change. Mindvax is that change.
Mindvax is committed to parental rights and transparency in education. Each active student subscription comes with a separate free, full access subscription for parents who would like to stop in from time-to-time to see what is going on, without having to feel like they are snooping on their child's account.
No need to sneak because the door is open to you. Think of it as Mindvax's digital version of cameras-in-the-classroom - come on in, as our guest. Parents can request a free parental subscription here.