UH faculty suggest steering clear of some topics if students armed

UH faculty suggest steering clear of some topics if students armed
University of Houston and other institutions rightly abide by state higher education strategy.
With students potentially carrying weapons after Aug. 1, University of Houston faculty members may want to avoid sensitive subjects or drop certain topics from their curriculum altogether, a forum of professors suggested recently.
A slide shown at a recent discussion of a new state law, which will allow licensed individuals to carry concealed handguns on campus, says faculty may want to “not ‘go there’ ” to avoid creating a tense situation. This echoes concerns voiced by professors across the state that allowing guns into the classroom will limit academic freedoms and inhibit discussion of ……… read more here. 

 

Benjamin Wermund

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