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College faculty in Bergen oppose proposed code of conduct

January 11, 2008

Faculty at Bergen Community College have balked at a proposed conduct code for students and teachers, calling it unconstitutional and unenforceable.

Many schools include guidelines on civility in student handbooks, but Bergen Community College would be the first in New Jersey to require students to agree to a code. Violators would be subject to school judicial hearings that now handle such matters as assault, The Record of Bergen County reported in Friday newspapers... Download file "5"

Schools: Bergen Community College