Thursday, August 7, 2014

2 votes of "no confidence"—and then

Pasadena City College president steps down (LA Times)
     The controversial president of Pasadena City College will retire at the end of the month, officials announced Thursday.
     Mark W. Rocha will step down from his nearly $250,000-a-year job at the end of this month, according to a statement from the college. The trustees soon will hire an interim president, according to the statement from spokeswoman Valerie Wardlaw.
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     Rocha has been heavily criticized by some faculty, who said he has ignored the school's policy of consulting faculty on major decisions. Faculty leaders took two no-confidence votes in Rocha and were considering a third….

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ain't that a hint...

Anonymous said...

Let's get voting!

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