The Academic Bill of Rights: Leadership in an Era of Legislative Oversight
A non-binding resolution, the Academic Bill of Rights encourages all public institutions of higher education and those private institutions that present themselves as canons of academic freedom to establish an institutional Academic Bill of Rights, along with policies and procedures to protect students from indoctrination and to ensure faculty and institutional compliance with the principles of intellectual independence and diversity. Private institutions, such as Christian colleges, choosing to restrict academic freedom on the basis of creed are exempt, but they are encouraged to articulate their restrictions.
Packard, Sandra. "The Academic Bill of Rights: Leadership in an Era of Legislative Oversight" Oakland Journal 9 (2005). 7-19
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