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The Academic Bill of Rights Movement – A Stealth Attack on Diversity Learning
Proponents - David Horowitz David Horowitz Students for Academic Freedom Students for Academic Freedom
What the ABR does for Students Students Faculty Faculty
Language.. co-opts traditional terms protecting academic freedom.. co-opts traditional terms protecting academic freedom
Enforcement Is uncertain Is uncertain
ABR introduced into Twenty-one State legislatures Twenty-one State legislatures The U.S. Congress The U.S. Congress
The ABR Negatively impacts education Negatively impacts education Is opposed by recognized education organizations Is opposed by recognized education organizations
The ABR is (very probably) not legal Vague / overbroad Vague / overbroad Violates institutional academic freedom Violates institutional academic freedom
National campaign Students for Academic Freedom Students for Academic Freedom Other efforts Other efforts
The agenda External control over diversity education External control over diversity education
Faculty safeguards Tenure Tenure Shared governance Shared governance Faculty academic freedom Faculty academic freedom - legal v. professional - legal v. professional
Classroom Problems Problems Solutions Solutions
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