Texas Professors Wary of New Controversial Law

A new Texas law going into effect this September will offer students unprecedented amounts of information about college classes, but professors across the state have labeled it an attack on their academic freedom. Passed unanimously in 2009, Texas Legislative House Bill 2504 is the first of its kind in the nation. Under the new law, all public Texas universities will be required to provide an array of free, detailed and public information on their websites about courses, professors and the cost of attending school. It aims to help students make informed decisions what college to attend, what classes to take […]
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