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Quick Hits: Columbia University ignores objections to thought reform amid free speech controversy

November 7, 2006

The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) is calling on Teachers College—Columbia University’s graduate school of education—to abandon its ideological litmus tests for students. These policies are manifestly inconsistent with Teachers College’s written promises of free speech and academic freedom as well as with Columbia President Lee Bollinger’s recent statements on the importance of free expression at Columbia University... Download file "Quick Hits: Columbia University ignores objections to thought reform amid free speech controversy"

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