Universities are Revising their Speech Codes to Protect Speech

The Chronicle of Higher Education recently published this fascinating article detailing attempts on various campuses to revise their speech codes. The experiences of faculty, students, and administrators at CUNY, University of Missouri-Columbia, and other schools make useful case studies showing how campus stakeholders must find common ground to create lasting change. Stories such as these teach us that the entire campus community can benefit from the greater protection of free speech, even as different groups conceptualize that value in different ways.

Read the full article: In a Time of Tension, Universities Craft New Free-Speech Policies