Los Angeles Times — Cal State San Bernardino student Matthew Stever is quoted in an article about the California State University chancellor’s office reminding faculty in the 23-campus system to refrain from using classroom time to campaign for Proposition 30.
A memo that went to faculty members from the provost at CSU Sacramento on Wednesday warns, “It is unlawful for any state employee to use or permit others to use state resources for a campaign activity,” and cites the state code section saying so. “Class time and classroom spaces should not be used for inappropriate political advocacy.”
The article was published Sept. 27, 2012.
Read the complete article at “CSU faculty told not to campaign in class.”