Posts Tagged ‘ trigger warnings ’

Conejo Valley, Return of the Asterisk Saga

April 5, 2019
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Conejo Valley, Return of the Asterisk Saga

Conejo Valley School District in California is reconsidering their policy of asterisking books with mature content on syllabuses – again. This policy, which has only been in effect for about 18 months, has generated controversy, news articles, and seemingly endless School Board meetings. Now with a new majority on the school board, there’s a chance…

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NCAC Investigates the Prevalence and Impact of Trigger Warnings

December 14, 2015
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Trigger warnings have become one of the hottest topics in the media today, with most coverage painting a bleak picture of epidemic political correctness propagated by coddled millennials. Articles and blog posts declare that trigger warnings are devolving academia from a safe space for the discussion of difficult and challenging topics to one of sterile…

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