University of Florida modifies ‘tattle button’ after pushback from students, faculty

The University of Florida reversed course on a “tattle button” that allowed students to report complaints about professors who altered a class’ format from in-person to online, after pushback from students and faculty. 

The controversy came after the school introduced the option on GatorSafe, a campus app, to report professors who made discretionary changes to course modality while trying to juggle the hurdles of teaching during the coronavirus pandemic. 


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