Press Releases

Pennsylvania Committee Finds Student Academic Freedom Rights Not Protected, Recommends Changes in Un · 15 November 2006

By Press Release--SAF

A Select Committee of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives has found that students’ academic freedom rights are not protected in the 17 public colleges and universities in the state.

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Students for Academic Freedom to Launch at Marquette · 01 November 2006

By Charles Rickert
Filed under: Press Releases


Students release press release announcing the start of a new chapter.

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Students for Academic Freedom Exposes Florida Report as a Smokescreen · 27 July 2006

Filed under: Florida, Press Releases

For Immediate Release

Contact: Sara Dogan

Policies protecting students' academic freedom are non-existent on state campuses

A recent report from Florida's Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability requested by the Florida state legislature purports to illustrate the extent of current academic freedom policies for both students and faculty at public colleges and universities in the state. But an examination by Students for Academic Freedom of the specific policies and procedures in place in Florida state colleges and universities reveals that the report is a typical bureaucratic smokescreen and no such protections even exist.

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Press Release: Pennsylvania Legislative Committee to Hear Testimony on Academic Freedom · 05 January 2006

On Monday and Tuesday, January 9 and 10, the select committee of the Pennsylvania Legislature charged with reviewing the state of academic freedom on Pennsylvania's public college and university campuses will conduct hearings on the campus of Temple University in Philadelphia.

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Agreement on Academic Freedom Reached in Ohio · 15 September 2005

Agreement on Academic Freedom Reached in Ohio
Press Release from SAF--09/15/05

The Inter-University Council of Ohio (IUC) reached an agreement yesterday with the senate sponsors of the Ohio Academic Bill of Rights (Senate Bill 24) to implement several core principles of academic freedom in all public and private colleges and universities in the state.

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