(Originally published Oct. 29, 2010)
By DAN ELLIOTT
AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. -- The Air Force Academy reversed course on Friday and released the results of a survey that showed mixed results on the school's efforts to improve religious and racial tolerance and limit sexual harassment.
The survey, conducted in December and January, showed improvements in making minority groups feel more accepted and in reducing the number who say they feel pressured by others to participate in religious activities.
But it found that many cadets believe that some religious and racial minorities face discrimintation and harassment, and an increasing percentage of the faculty and staff believe that sexual harassment occurs at the school.
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