Pasadena City College president steps down (LA Times)
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….
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