December 28, 2010

FROM THE FOUNDATION FOR INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS IN EDUCATION: How To Challenge Your College’s Speech Code.

Related: College Censors, Get Ready To Open Your Wallets. “In a letter to 296 public college and university presidents and general counsel, FIRE warned that the law is increasingly clear that speech codes at public universities are unconstitutional and that they risk being held personally liable for violating the free speech rights of their students if they continue to maintain policies censoring speech. That goes for all of their administrative employees as well, from deans and provosts to lower-level student affairs officials.”

If you’re looking for an end-of-year charitable donation, you might want to consider F.I.R.E. I just donated to ’em.

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