CHE won’t close controversial unit at Ben-Gurion University

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February 14, 2013 02:26

 
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The Council for Higher Education decided on Tuesday evening not to close Ben-Gurion University’s controversial politics department, after months of discussion on the issue.

The council had decided to close the political science program last fall after some two years of investigating allegations made by right-wing organizations that its faculty was teaching students radical leftist political opinions.

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