Public opinion data on student attitudes toward due process, freedom of expression, censorship, sexual misconduct, and hate speech from surveys conducted by FIRE and YouGov.
In this post, we will explore the first section of FIRE's new survey on college student's attitudes on free speech.
This is the second post delving into the results of FIRE’s ‘Speaking Freely’ report on college students’ attitudes toward expression on American campuses.
Here are the answers to what we anticipate will be the most Frequently Asked Questions about FIRE's new survey on free speech.
Public opinion data on student attitudes toward expression, censorship, disinvitations, and hate speech from a survey conducted by FIRE and YouGov.
Troy Police Department videotaped student demonstrators at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, a private institution
Last fall, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute went to great lengths to suppress its students’ peaceful demonstrations — criticizing the institute’s administration — outside of a black-tie fundraiser.
The winner of FIRE's 2017–2018 Free Speech Essay Contest, Shelby Tone, is homeschooled in Stoughton, Wisconsin. Here's her winning essay.
We will be reopening the essay contest in September 2018. The details Before you start The Videos The Prompt Submit The Details Eligibility Open to juniors and seniors in U.S. high schools, including home-schooled students, as well as U.S. citizens attending schools overseas. Additional questions regarding eligibility may be emailed […]
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