What stops students from speaking up in class? Fear of each other, more than of prof. New finding from
U.S. students are afraid of talking about race, politics & gender (in that order) in the classroom, unsurprisingly
Announcing a new tool from , the Fearless Speech Index: Who's afraid to speak, and why? Prelim results:
Where is the data showing students are afraid to speak their minds? On our new blog, via our Fearless Speech Index:
Our examination of initial data from our Fearless Speech Index: Who is afraid to speak, and why on campus?
Students are afraid to openly discuss race, gender and politics for fear of being reported or shamed on social media
Peer pressure most effective force for censoring
Do professors penalize their students for departing from left-orthodoxy? The students sure seem to think so: