Does Coalition for TJ portend the outcome of future affirmative action cases in education?
George R. La Noue
Many campuses have adopted political statements that employees and prospective employees are expected to affirm publicly.
A new report highlights the erosion of free speech and intellectual diversity on campus. But do we have solutions?
New race- and gender-based programs raise constitutional questions about who is "socially and economically disadvantaged."
The best way for campuses to protect academic freedom from legislative meddling on CRT is to demonstrate an unwavering commitment to free speech.
Recently, there has emerged a wholly unanticipated enforcement of Title IX—this time benefiting men.
Training sessions based on critical race theory run contrary to an employer’s responsibility to avoid creating a hostile work environment.
Bias response policies rarely emphasize free speech, opting instead for stern, admonitory lists of “no go” topics subject to administrative questioning.
George R. La Noue is Emeritus Professor of Political Science and Public Policy at the University of Maryland Baltimore County and author of the book Silenced Stages: The Loss of Academic Freedom and Campus Policy Debates (2019). He can be reached at [email protected]