From a story that I heard, I reconfirmed the difference between graduating from the university or just finishing a lower-ranking high school. That's whether being able to see things from several perspectives or not. Even though a person looks street smart, if the person finishes only a lower-ranking high school, the knowledge that they get is only from TV and newspapers. It's basically impossible to see things from several perspectives. Of course, there will be some exceptions, I hope. It's also true that all college graduates can see things from different viewpoints. What the universities should do is to have students become able to see things from several perspectives based on data and decide how to behave accordingly.