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Academic freedom is the ability to learn and teach without restraint, even when doing so is unpopular. Whether you’re a professor or a student on a university campus, you have the constitutional right to express your faith in academia.
There’s nothing wrong with publishing unpopular ideas, even when they include your faith.
Professors can ask you to advocate a variety of ideas in class but not to the public.
Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE): A nonprofit, educational organization based in Philadelphia. FIRE’s mission is to defend and sustain individual rights at America’s colleges and universities.
Find out more about The Alliance, those who partner with Alliance Defending Freedom to protect religious freedom, on our Alliance page.
Learn more about your rights on university campuses.
Q: Can my school tell me not to speak on certain topics because they could be offensive?