A survey of college members on the College of Florida discovered widespread dissatisfaction, The Tampa Bay Occasions reported.
The survey, with 623 responses, was performed by the school chapter of the United School of Florida, the school union.
Greater than 67 p.c of respondents stated they considerably or strongly disagreed that they may “overtly categorical a dissenting opinion in regards to the administration’s insurance policies with out worry of reprisal.”
Sixty-five p.c expressed issues that directors weren’t held accountable.
Seventy-four p.c expressed issues over whether or not the college’s Board of Trustees “ensures that the college is free from undue political affect.”
And if private components weren’t preserving them in Gainesville, greater than 63 p.c stated they considerably or strongly agreed that they would go away if “provided a comparable job elsewhere.”
Cynthia Roldan, a spokesperson for the college, stated the board was not conscious of the school survey and couldn’t touch upon it. “Usually talking, nonetheless, the college has repeatedly expressed its help for the First Modification rights and educational freedom of our school,” she stated. “Moreover, we routinely interact school immediately on the subject of crafting insurance policies which might be in keeping with these of different public universities within the state of Florida.”