But what happens when a university does not uphold its side of the bargain:
when its faculty does not adhere to standards of academic integrity;
when professors knowingly limit the flow of knowledge because of their
own ideological biases; when education becomes political indoctrination? In
these cases there is an abuse of public trust, which threatens to
diminish the social contract so critical to the university’s existence.
Such an abuse of public trust unfortunately has occurred at the University
of California and is illustrated in the following three examples from
the University of California, Santa Cruz. Read More.
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