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Final Report of the Select Committee on Academic Freedom in Higher Education · 04 November 2008
Pursuant to House Resolution 177
Pennsylvania’s Academic Freedom Reforms · 01 December 2006
What the academic freedom hearings in Pennsylvania accomplished.
Presented 01/10/06 at Temple University
Let me begin by saying that lack of intellectual diversity is not a new problem, nor is it a matter of a few isolated incidents or abuses, as some of the witnesses would have you believe.
The Pitt of Academic Bias · 11 January 2006
By Art Eckstein—FrontPageMag.com—01/12/06
Can a conservative candidate get a fair shake at the U of Pittsburgh?
A Tale of Two Testimonies: Testimony from Stephen Zelnick and Logan Fisher at Temple University · 11 January 2006
The following are testimonies given at Pennsylvania's Academic Freedom Hearings (held on January 9 and 10), by Stephen Zelnick, a veteran professor at Temple, and Logan Fisher, a senior majoring in business law at Temple.
What I Told Pennsylvania's Academic Freedom Hearings · 10 January 2006
Yesterday in testimony before the Select Committee of the Pennyslvania House on Academic Freedom, I let the legislature know the nation's universities are not upholding their own standards of speech and debate.
The Pennsylvania House Considers Academic Freedom · 09 November 2005
By Stephen H. Balch--National Association of Scholars--11/10/05
Testimony from Stephen H. Balch, President of the National Association of Scholars. Why education, not indoctrination, may again become the keystone to the Keystone State.
Pennsylvania Academic Freedom Hearings · 27 October 2005
By David French--FrontPageMagazine.com--10/28/05
Those who continue to doubt the wisdom of Justice Louis Brandeis's famous statement "Sunlight is the best disinfectant" should pay close attention to the news from Pennsylvania. A House Select Committee on Student Academic Freedom is conducting an investigation into the state of liberty and genuine intellectual diversity in Pennsylvania's public universities, and the academic establishment is fighting back.
FIRE president David French gives a lesson in academic freedom to Pennsylvania educators and legislators in a historic hearing before the Pennsylvania House.
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