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The slippery use of ”social justice”

October 19, 2009

by Robert “K. C.” Johnson

Minding the Campus

 

For educational reformers, the struggle can sometimes be frustrating, in that even successes---such as getting policies that attack academic freedom repealed---generally leave in place the people who designed and implemented those policies in the first place. But, at the very least, such efforts can force ideologues to abandon easy tools for enforcing their orthodoxy...

The slippery use of ”social justice”

October 19, 2009

For educational reformers, the struggle can sometimes be frustrating, in that even successes---such as getting policies that attack academic freedom repealed---generally leave in place the people who designed and implemented those policies in the first place. But, at the very least, such efforts can force ideologues to abandon easy tools for enforcing their orthodoxy...