Articles by Jeremiah Poff
Bias Curriculum K-12 Education Homeschooled students still face bias in college admissions, even when they meet requirements
Student with three years of college blocked from new school - in violation of state law.
Activism Analysis Higher Ed Bubble Student government appears to exceed authority by butting into university admissions dispute
Governing documents are silent on admissions, but student leaders make demands anyway.
Free Speech Politics Racial issues ‘No Safe Spaces’ documentary maker tells lawmakers: We need family values to defeat censorship
Former Evergreen State official grilled about why controversial college didn't send a current official.
Activism Free Speech Sexual Assault Students will defend due process of their accused peers in new national program
'Most students don't think about their rights until they're faced with a situation where they need these rights.'
Curriculum Free Speech Legal Law professor punished for ‘Brazilian wax’ exam question sics his lawyer on university
A 'mutually satisfactory solution' is within sight, following denial of due process in Title IX probe.
Free Speech K-12 Education Politics Democratic state follows lead of Republican governors who protect student press freedom
But Arizona governor bucks fellow Republicans with veto, saying bill would harm 'adult supervision.'