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Tuesday, January 18, 2005

Would You Like to be in a Movie?

If you are an instructor, just keep talking about your political views in class, especially if those views and topics bear little or no relation to the course subject. Students are being encouraged to report you. They are being told:
Based on your reports, we will be visiting a number of schools to see what the administration's official position is on political advertising in class. If you help us, you could end up in our movie!
If the socialist/interventionists were doing this, I might upset. But it's probably not a bad idea overall to try to rein in some of the professoriate who abuse the notion of academic freedom.

[Thanks to BenS for the pointer; SCSU Scholars also has a posting on the topic]
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