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MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY - ENGLISH LANGUAGE CENTER ENGLISH SECOND LANGUAGE - ESL - 220 WRITING / GRAMMAR, SECTIONS 2, 12. (ENGLISH GRAMMAR AND COMPOSITION FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH) FALL SEMESTER 2010 : SEPTEMBER 1 – DECEMBER 10 ESL 220-2 AND -12 FACULTY NOTICE ON FREE SPEECH Instructor-of-record: Michael Morris morrism@msu.edu Following faculty’s firm rebuttal of the notion that, in USA university classrooms, students’ viewpoints are of no interest and no value, faculty quotes here from established official policy at Michigan State University and at any well-run university in America. Faculty adds that in any course in which he is instructor-of-record, that policy is also his well-educated and firmly-held view and will not be diluted or contradicted in an y way or to any extent. Faculty requires all students in his courses to read carefully this note, to contemplate its crystal-clear declarations, and to understand that this is the position here. Included in Michigan State University’s formal and published policies on Freedom of
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2011 for the course ESL 220 taught by Professor Michaelmirrors during the Fall '10 term at Michigan State University.

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