A recent report reveals that virtual learning environments during COVID-19 led to an acceleration of cancel culture at American universities.
A report from the American Council of Trustees and Alumni — which promotes academic freedom in American higher education — discovered that “the rapid shift to online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated the ongoing free speech crisis on college campuses, further suppressed viewpoint diversity, and encouraged more self-censorship among students.”
“ACTA’s report draws attention to early signs that the online learning environment can be less hospitable to free and open debate than an in-person, on-campus collegiate education,” explains a press […]
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