"We are working with these faculty members to clarify, and in some cases modify, course policies to ensure that students’ free speech rights are recognized and protected."
This week we reported on three teachers at Washington State University who were dictating words that students could not use in their classes. Campus Reform and Daily Caller, among others, were blogs that brought this first to the nation's attention.
In response to the negative reaction, school officials have felt it necessary to
While they are at it, they might suggest to graduate teaching asst. Selena Breikks that she correct the part of her syllabus that reads:
"Three tardies or late departures will equal one absence." (Emphasis mine.)
They might also tell Professor Streamas that the term "white sh--bags" (as applied to conservative students) is not appropriate language. (Maybe they can say it is a micro-aggression or macro-aggression.)