Definitions for academic freedom
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
freedom of a teacher or student to explore an idea or issue without interference from officials.
Origin of academic freedom:
the freedom of teachers and students to express their ideas in school without religious or political or institutional restrictions
The right to teach or learn freely without unreasonable interference from authority.
Origin: First attested in 1901.
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