“Divisive Concepts Law”: The Case for Repeal


Wednesday, August 18, 2021

John Greabe

New Hampshire’s “divisive concepts” law puts a target on the backs of teachers and declares open season, says Professor John Greabe in an op-ed piece for the New Hampshire Bulletin published August 10, 2021. Professor of constitutional law at the UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law, he also directs the Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership & Public Service.

He illuminates the chilling effects the law will likely have on important conversations in the state’s classrooms, and builds a persuasive argument for its repeal. You can read his full commentary in the New Hampshire Bulletin here.

The New Hampshire Union Leader also published an edited version of Professor Greabe’s op-ed piece. You can read that piece here.

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