August 20, 2008
Most Georgia Students Say They're Free to Speak Their Minds
While a majority of students at public universities in Georgia feel their freedom of speech is respected on their campuses, some say they are not able to openly discuss issues such as religion and public policy in the classroom, a new student survey found.
Many also believe their fellow students are intolerant of different viewpoints, according to findings released on Tuesday in a report, "University System of
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