What Removing Sociology as a Core-Course Option Means for Florida's Students

Professors worry fewer of them will find their way into the discipline.

By Beckie Supiano

Joan Wong for the Chronicle, photos from iStock

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The discipline has been “hijacked by left-wing activists,” according to the state’s education commissioner. Professors say their field has been unfairly targeted.

Professors worry fewer of them will find their way into the discipline.

By Beckie Supiano

Joan Wong for the Chronicle, photos from iStock

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The discipline has been “hijacked by left-wing activists,” according to the state’s education commissioner. Professors say their field has been unfairly targeted.

, What Removing Sociology as a Core-Course Option Means for Florida's Students

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