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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...

2 College-Leadership Searches in Florida Struggle to Field Candidates

Just eight candidates applied this summer to lead the State University System of Florida, and few of them had extensive experience actually working...

Enrolling Diverse Students When Race Is Off the Table

In the two and a half decades since California banned race-conscious admissions, the University of California system has spent more than a half-billion...

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...

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