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Academic Freedom and the Public School Teacher: An Exploratory Study of Perceptions, Policy, and the Law

The academic freedom of professors and teachers is much discussed, but its borders remain stubbornly indistinct and blurred. It is a constitutional right claimed by educators in schools and colleges but not consistently proclaimed by the courts. The courts' view of academic freedom impacts policy-making and practice, yet the impact is inconsistent and not easily discerned. An educator's professional practice in both...

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