July 23, 2008
Using New Policy, Students Complain About Classroom Bias on 2 Pa. Campuses
Two undergraduates on Pennsylvania State University's main campus have filed four complaints against instructors under new procedures designed to help students who believe that their professors have presented biased lessons in the classroom. Two more complaints have been filed at Temple University.
Penn State and Temple put their student-complaint procedures in place in 2006, after Pennsylvania's legislature held much-publicized hearings to investigate allegations that