Excerpts from letter of reprimand to Willand

August 09, 2001 − by CIR − in Cases − Comments Off on Excerpts from letter of reprimand to Willand
  • “You will, in both letter and spirit, take immediate steps to improve your classroom instruction so as to not give rise to offense in others.”
  • “You will not make comments, nor will you use phraseology, which does not manifest a clear concern for student sensibilities and which may promote student misunderstandings or cause offense in them.”
  • “You will not make comments, nor will you use phraseology, which may be interpreted by a reasonable person as articulating or promoting racism, sexism, or any other ideology which incorporates stereotypical, prejudical, or discriminatory over-generalizations that might intimidate, insult, or offend students or others.”
  • “You will not use language or examples which are provocative or inflammatory, hence likely to give rise to offense in others.
  • “You will in all other ways manifest a sensitivity to the opinions of others in your dealings with students.

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