By Stephen H. Aby, James Kuhn, James C. Kuhn
The liberty of teachers to pursue wisdom and fact of their examine, writing, and instructing is a primary precept of up to date larger schooling within the usa. yet this freedom has been challenging gained and often abridged, reinterpreted, and violated. for this reason, it has generated literature in quite a few disciplines. This booklet is a consultant to analyze on educational freedom. incorporated are annotated entries for almost 500 books, articles, chapters, websites, and different assets of knowledge. Entries are grouped in topical chapters and organized alphabetically through writer inside each one bankruptcy. whereas lots of the works have been released seeing that 1940, a few previous experiences also are incorporated.
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Educational Review 65(2): 74-77, February 1923. This author addresses the requirement at some religious institutions of higher education that faculty sign a statement of faith. Activities of fundamentalist Christians to extend promulgation of their doctrines to private and sometimes public schools are addressed, with quotations from the policies of Baylor University in Texas as well as resolutions presented at State Baptist Conventions in Texas and Colorado. Slaten argues that requirements for signing statements of faith threaten the academic freedom of professors at denominational colleges.
79. " The American Political Science Review 10(2, part 2): 1-29, May 1916. The 15 members comprising this AAUP committee were drawn predominantly from the American Economic Association, the American Political Science Association, and the American Sociological Society, all of which had participated in the creation of an earlier joint report on academic freedom and tenure. , freedom of inquiry, freedom of teaching, and freedom of extramural utterance), and the broader institutional and professional considerations that affect them.
Springarn was dismissed from Columbia in March of 1911 after introducing a faculty resolution in support of a recently dismissed Professor Henry Peck who was then suing President Butler for libel. The correspondence between Springarn and Butler are here reprinted, along with a chronology of events, and appendices reprinting letters of support for Springarn from students, alumni, and scholars. 99. Tap, Bruce. " Illinois Historical Journal 85(1): 2-22, Spring 1992. The superpatriotic environment that existed in the United States during World War I made it difficult for faculty members to express opposition to or reservations about the war.