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Prof Offers Extra Credit to ‘Rally Against the GOP Tax Bill’

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By Anthony Gockowski

At least one Kutztown University professor offered students extra credit Tuesday to participate in a rally against the GOP tax plan.

“Please join your faculty as we rally against the GOP Tax Bill that has serious implications to you and on Higher Education. This is an opportunity to gain additional extra credit,” the email states, with a bolded subject line of “Additional Extra Credit Opportunity!”

While the email was initially drafted by Dr. Mauricia John, a professor in the publicly funded school’s Anthropology and Sociology Department, it is unclear whether other professors are offering their students the same opportunity, as the email indicates that the rally is a collaborative effort by the faculty.

An advertisement for the rally, sponsored by the Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties, was attached to the email, with a banner declaring “rally with us against the tax bill!”

“This bill threatens tax increases on our students. Tell congress to make education affordable to all. Defend not defund higher education. Tuition waivers should not be taxed,” the flyer goes on to state.

Campus Reform reached out to John for comment, who subsequently referred Campus Reform to the school’s spokesperson, from whom Campus Reform is currently awaiting a response. This article will be updated if and when any additional information is received.

Follow the author of this article on Twitter: @AGockowski

First published at Campus Reform

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