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Thursday, January 19, 2006

Monitoring What Profs Say in the Classroom

Ucla_logoToday's Chronicle of Higher Education reports on the brouhaha caused by, a web site started by an alumni group to "expose UCLA’s most radical professors. "  The article, Independent Alumni Group Offers $100 Bounties to UCLA Students Who Ferret Out Classroom Bias, notes that the group was founded by Andrew Jones, a 2003 UCLA graduate and former leader of the campus's Republican group.

Eight UCLA law profs are profiled on the site, which has generated commentary from some UCLA law profs:

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