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It’s Not Clear Whether Public-College Professors Have First Amendment Rights When They’re Teaching

Professors at public universities have no right to freedom of speech when they teach, lawyers for the State of Florida argued in a...

Public-University Curricula Are ‘Government Speech,’ Florida Says

The State of Florida asserted on Thursday that faculty members’ curricula and in-class instruction at public universities are “government speech” and “not the...

The Title IX Comments Are In. Here Are 3 Things to Know.

These days, everyone seems to have something to say about Title IX.The Education Department received more than 240,000 comments on its proposed regulatory...

Jeff Bezos Criticized a Professor’s Tweet About the Queen. Then the University Condemned Her Comments.

After the British royal family announced on Thursday that Queen Elizabeth II was sick, Uju Anya, an associate professor at Carnegie Mellon University,...

Florida Lawmakers Enacted an Intellectual-Diversity Survey. Students Weren’t Interested.

Last year Florida enacted a law requiring an annual survey of public-university students and employees to assess the climate of intellectual diversity on...

What Does It Takes to Have Civil Discourse in the Classroom?

When Agnes Bolinska was an undergraduate, she didn’t talk much in class. “I was scared of being judged, and I was scared of...

Why College Presidents Don’t Speak Their Minds

In January 2017, just days after the inauguration of President Donald J. Trump, the University of the Ozarks in Clarksville, Ark., announced a...

This Professor Was Investigated for an ‘Offensive’ Land Acknowledgment. Now He’s Suing.

A computer-science professor is suing the University of Washington for allegedly violating his First Amendment rights and retaliating against him after he included...

A University Is Investigating 8 Law-School Students Who Criticized a Peer After ‘Roe’ Leak

Eight law-school students at American University texted in a group chat, criticizing both a leaked Supreme Court draft opinion to overturn Roe v....

Education Professors React to Divisive-Concept Laws

New state laws and other actions limiting what teachers can say in the classroom about topics including race, racism, and sexuality typically apply...

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