These documents will assist students in evaluating the meaning of academic freedom and a teacher's responsibilities towards his/her students when discussing world affairs. Students should be able to explain the different perspectives and definitions of "academic freedom" and their implications for protecting freedom of thought in the classroom.
- Assessment 1: Newspaper Article titled "Teacher Oath. Upheld" March 12, 1951.
- Assessment 2: Newspaper Article titled "Will Appeal Oath Ruling" March 13, 1951.
- Assessment 3: Rutgers Alumni Monthly, Letter from George Morrison, Class of 1914, dated February 1953.
- Assessment 4: Rutgers Alumni Monthly, Letter from Lewis Lasagna, Class of 1943, dated February 1953.