The Academic Bullies Prevail · 08 February 2011

By K.C. Johnson -

An under-qualified anti-Israel extremist is assigned to teach a graduate course in Brooklyn’s political science department.

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Students Who Learn Little or Nothing · 24 January 2011

By John Leo -

I can’t recall a book on higher education that arrived with so much buzz, and drew so much commentary in the first two days after publication. The book is Academically Adrift: Limited Learning on College Campuses.

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The Subversive Agenda of our Public Schools · 10 January 2011

By Jamie Glazov - Frontpage Magazine

Public school texts whitewash Islam.

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Is Academic Freedom a License to Indoctrinate? · 03 January 2011

By Peter Wood - Chronicle of Higher Education

Penn State mutilates its historic academic freedom policy.

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We’re All Conservatives Now · 21 December 2010

By Stanley Fish - New York Times

Last week conservative activist David Horowitz, author of the Academic Bill of Rights, e-mailed me to report, in sorrow, that Penn State University had weakened “the only academic freedom provision . . . worthy of the name.”

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On The Front Line: Interview with David Horowitz · 13 December 2010

By On the Front Line

David Horowitz speaks about the campaign for an Academic Bill of Rights and his new book, Reforming Our Universities.

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Baylor Should Address Imbalanced Curricula in Academia · 02 December 2010

By Emily Hammon - The Baylor Lariat

A Baylor student makes the case for greater intellectual diversity on campus.

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Why the Arizona Civil Rights Initiative Was Needed · 17 November 2010

By Roger Clegg -

Arizonans overwhelmingly enacted the Arizona Civil Rights Initiative, which bans state and local discrimination on the basis of race, ethnicity, and sex in contracting, employment, and education – including racial preferences in university admissions.

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You Can't Say That Here -- This Is a University! · 08 November 2010

By A. Barton Hinkle - Richmond Times-Dispatch

Teresa Sullivan has been in the president’s office for only a brief period, but the University of Virginia already has made a tremendous improvement on her watch.

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University of Virginia Eliminates All Speech Codes, Earning FIRE's 'Green Light' Rating · 29 October 2010

By Foundation for Individual Rights in Education

This week, the University of Virginia (UVa) confirmed that it had eliminated the last of its policies that unconstitutionally restricted the free speech of students and faculty members.

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