WI English Prof & Democratic Candidate Offers Students Extra Credit to Join Anti-Walker Protests

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Last week hundreds of leftist activists, union supporters and students targeted Governor Scott Walker’s parents home during a protest for more taxpayer money.

English professor Beth Lueck is offering her students at The University of Wisconsin Whitewater extra credit for attending anti-Walker protests.
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Professor Beth Lueck is also running for Assemblywoman for the 23rd District as a Democrat.

The College Fix reported:

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed budget cuts to the University of Wisconsin System have drawn the scorn of education activists, administrators, union members and politicians.

The coalition against the college-dropout governor isn’t complete without freshman English students at UW-Whitewater, however.

Professor Beth Lueck offered her students extra credit to attend a Thursday night rally against the proposed 13 percent cut to the university system, according a posting on an “internal university website that posts homework assignments and class announcements,” the free-market MacIver Institute said Thursday morning.

This notice was copied from a College Democrats’ invitation:
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Professor Beth Lueck told students, “You may get extra credit by joining the rally or by observing it or by protesting it.”

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