ERIC Number: ED052704
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1971
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Interim Report of the Select Committee to Investigate Campus Disturbances to the 108th Ohio General Assembly Pursuant to Am. Sub. S. Con. R. No. 34.
Ohio House of Representatives, Columbus.
In its examination of the circumstances surrounding recent disorders and the closing of state colleges and universities in Ohio, the select committee held hearings at each institution, received testimony and exhibits from persons within and outside the academic community, and gathered information from studies conducted in other states. Directed to identify the main causes of student unrest, the committee found that most specific underlying reasons involve problems that arise from and must be solved by universities themselves. Findings and recommendations are presented in the areas of: standards of conduct and discipline, faculty rights and obligations, university operations, campus security and law enforcement, and organized efforts to disrupt. (JS)
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Authoring Institution: Ohio House of Representatives, Columbus.
Identifiers - Location: Ohio