Panel 4: Are the Dorms Being Politicized?

Video: The final panel at January's national NAS conference was based on our initiative, "How Many Delawares?" The panel was moderated by Velma Montoya and included speakers Adam Kissel, John K. Wilson, and Jan Blits.

Chair:

Velma Montoya
Former Regent, The University of California

Panelists:

Adam Kissel
Director, Individual Rights Defense Program, Foundation for Individual Rights in Education

John K. Wilson
Founder, Institute for College Freedom

Jan Blits
Professor of Education, University Honors Faculty, University of Delaware

 

Velma Montoya
Former Regent, The University of California

 

Adam Kissel
Director, Individual Rights Defense Program, Foundation for Individual Rights in Education

 

John K. Wilson
Founder, Institute for College Freedom

 

Jan Blits
Professor of Education, University Honors Faculty, University of Delaware

 

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