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The Wisconsin Supreme Court sided with John McAdams from Marquette University on Friday, after McAdams was terminated in 2016 due to a blog post regarding a fellow instructor.
The 120-page ruling states that McAdams’ firing was a violation of contract guaranteeing academic freedom, but the Wisconsin’s Supreme Court was divided. The majority asserted that faculty practiced “unacceptable bias” in regards to McAdams. Dissenters felt the ruling was “far reaching” and didn’t “protect McAdams from discipline.”
The article goes on to state the following:
McAdams’ blog post from 2014 expressed that a fellow instructor had suppressed a discussion that addressed the disapproval to gay marriage at a Catholic school. He outlined an exchange between a student and the graduate student instructor, which was secretly recorded. McAdams wrote, at the time, that the exchange was an example of liberals silencing rhetoric they deem offensive.
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