Meeting First Amendment Standards: In 2015, More Universities Are Making the Grade

By July 30, 2015

By Azhar Majeed at The Huffington Post

It shouldn't be a big deal when public colleges and universities make sure that their written policies and regulations respect the First Amendment rights of students and faculty members. After all, public institutions of higher education are fully bound (legally and morally) to uphold freedom of speech on campus, as courts have made clear in case law spanning decades. These institutions are the places where speech and expression should be most free...