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academic freedom

noun as in freedom to learn

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If the mainland students aren’t enjoying academic freedom to the same extent as others, that means universities are failing them.

“We are all Gang Chen” has become a rallying cry for the cause of science and academic freedom, for the importance of global scientific collaborations.

This fight exemplifies how 2021 is a dangerous moment for scholars, educators and students alike, as states like Texas work to roll back academic freedoms.

When I heard that the chancellor and the provost wanted to move to this, it was better than having a battle royale about the theory of academic freedom.

Each of these groups measure democracy using different measures — electoral integrity, rule of law, media and academic freedom, civil liberties, to name a few.

Academic freedom has been a hot debate within education circles.

As such, the limitations the ASA boycott resolution places on academic freedom are, themselves, quite limited.

It beguiles the notion of free thought, and the idea that academic freedom stands above political difference.

She was not a Zionist, but an academic who believed in academic freedom.

Turning the BDS movement into an issue of academic freedom is deeply misguided and counter-productive for Israel.

Academic freedom is not without its dangers; but there are dangers which it is safer to face than to avoid.

In scholarship and in growth of academic freedom Germany has given the quickening impulse.

In English Universities, on the contrary, there is too little of academic freedom.


On this page you'll find 2 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to academic freedom, such as: freedom to teach, and right to education.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.