“No bias here,” claim many members of the professoriate, but some students and trustees have a different perspective.
Monthly Archives For April 2006
If schools aren’t protecting the academic freedoms of students, is it right for the legislators to get involved?
The Cardinal Newman Society (CNS) is seeking current students, alumni, faculty, trustees and others who wish to contribute insights, praise, complaints, and/or factual information about any of the 224 Catholic institutions to its first Guide to U.S. Catholic Colleges and Universities.
Ohio State University drops sexual harassment investigation of librarian who suggested book tackling marketing and immorality in America
The NCE is setting out to inform North Carolinians of the constitutionality and the merits of school choice.
When AIA’s Mal Kline debated with professors at American University he learned that balance means using a book critical of The New York Times for being right of center by a teacher who likes that newspaper.
At the SAF conference the lines were clearly drawn between the union representatives who claim political harassment and academic bias are isolated cases, and the trustees and reformers who disagree.
AIA’s Mal Kline recently debated academic freedom issues with Megan Fitzgerald of Campus Free Speech.
It is not only college students who are subjected to irrelevant political material in class, but K-12 students are also under fire.
At UC-Davis, student Mason Harrison found out that the number one terrorist was Jesus Christ.