Advice to boards and presidents on how to avoid forced separations
Messy breakups between colleges and universities and their presidents made headlines again this summer. Trustees have accused presidents of poor judgment, unapproved and unauthorized spending, lack of professionalism, and inadequate goals and objectives. The separations played out in public, and many of them required a legal resolution.
Originally published: January 4, 2017
Author: George Boggs
Institution: Palomar College
Published by: Inside Higher Ed