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Nevada universities earn ‘red light’ status from FIRE

December 21, 2010

by Thomas Mitchell

Las Vegas Review-Journal

 

Nevada is always on the "bad" lists. Thus it is with this week's annual report from FIRE (the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education).

The organization analyzed 390 colleges and universities and found 67 percent (down from 71 percent the previous year) maintain policies that seriously infringe upon students' free speech rights. FIRE rates these institutions of higher learner under red light, yellow light or green, depending on the level of restriction...

Nevada universities earn ‘red light’ status from FIRE

December 21, 2010

Nevada is always on the "bad" lists. Thus it is with this week's annual report from FIRE (the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education).

The organization analyzed 390 colleges and universities and found 67 percent (down from 71 percent the previous year) maintain policies that seriously infringe upon students' free speech rights. FIRE rates these institutions of higher learner under red light, yellow light or green, depending on the level of restriction...