Free speech survey indicates shortcomings across Iowa universities – The Gazette

A quarter of students across Iowa’s public universities who responded to a free-speech survey in the fall disagreed with the notion their respective campuses provide an “environment for free and open expression of ideas, opinions, and beliefs.”

By disagreeing that their university “does not restrict speech on campus,” one-third of responding students suggested they think their institution hinders free speech in some capacity.

Employees who responded to the campuses’ first-ever free-speech survey had even more dismal opinions of the universities’ “environment for free expression.”


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