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By Stephen H. Aby, James Kuhn, James C. Kuhn

The freedom of teachers to pursue wisdom and fact of their learn, writing, and educating is a basic precept of latest better schooling within the usa. yet this freedom has been demanding gained and often abridged, reinterpreted, and violated. educational freedom has been important to many concerns and controversies in greater schooling and has therefore generated literature in a number of disciplines. This publication offers entry to that literature.

Included are entries for almost 500 books, chapters, articles, reviews, sites, and different assets of knowledge approximately educational freedom. each one access contains a descriptive annotation, and the entries are grouped in topical chapters. whereas many of the works brought up have been released because the 1940 American organization of collage Professors Statement of rules on educational Freedom and Tenure, a few older experiences have additionally been integrated. even though the quantity focuses totally on larger schooling within the united states, it is usually a bankruptcy on educational freedom in different countries.

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300p. (American University Studies; 14). ISBN 0-8204-0666-X. 20 Academic Freedom This book is divided into two parts, the first covering 19th-century Ohio academic disputes over religion, slavery, and other topics; the second covering 20thcentury Ohio academic disputes over religion, war and independence movements, communism and politics, economic and social events, and institutional governance. Appendices include, among other things, an exhaustive list of academic freedom cases in Ohio, the Cedarville College Doctrinal Statement (a statement of Baptist faith that all faculty, staff, and trustees must sign annually); and the test of the Ohio State University Faculty "Oath of Allegiance" to the Constitution of the State of Ohio (in place at OSU until 1984).

Greenberg, Michael, and Seymour Zenchelsky. " History of Education Quarterly 30(3): 325-349, Fall 1990. Greenberg and Zenchelsky review the historical evidence surrounding the firing in 1935 of Lienhard Bergel, a faculty member in the German department at the New Jersey College for Women (Rutgers). Bergel was the lone anti-Nazi in a department chaired by an avowed pro-Nazi, Professor Friedrich Hauptmann. Hauptmann terminated Bergel in 1933 for incompetency, and that decision was upheld by the Dean, the university President, and the Board of Trustees.

Committee on Academic Freedom. Special Oaths of Loyalty for School Teachers: Memorandum of Fact and Arguments Against Such Laws, With Particular Reference to New York State. New York: ACLU, 1934. 16p. LC unk836899. This pamphlet describes the passage and defeat in many states after World War I of a Daughters of the American Revolution-sponsored legislative bill requiring special loyalty oaths from teachers and college professors, oaths not required of other public servants. In Spring of 1934 such a bill was introduced in the New York state legislature; this essay argues specifically against that bill.

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