University of Delaware Reeducation Program’s Ringleader Becomes ACPA Vice President
March 30, 2012
by Adam Kissel
When a university administrator egregiously violates someone's rights, you might expect negative consequences. At Valdosta State University, for example, the president who expelled a student because of the student's environmental activism not only took an earlier than expected retirement, but has also lost his qualified immunity in a federal lawsuit and is personally liable for damages as a result.
So what happened to Kathleen Kerr, the ringleader of the infamous University of Delaware indoctrination scheme (video) that subjected nearly all of the university's freshmen to a highly invasive, ideological, coercive, mandatory reeducation program? She laid low for a few years, and now she has been elected vice president of the American College Personnel Association (ACPA), which apparently approves of such people and programs.