Sep 30, 2015

Should a Syllabus Ever Tell Students What Not to Say? - Teaching - The Chronicle of Higher Education

A handful of instructors have recently drawn fire for issuing guidelines on the use of certain words. The debate is a critical one, scholars say.

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