October 17, 2008
Professors Found to Keep Political Views Quiet, but Students Detect Them
Politics in the classroom is a huge problem for American higher education. But it's not that there is too much of it. Actually, there is too little.
That's the conclusion of a new book that takes on the long-running allegation by conservative critics that higher education is full of liberal professors who try to indoctrinate students. The majority of professors surveyed for the book say they keep their own politics out of the classroom. But an article about a survey of
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