How Kennedy spent his time during his ‘professional development’

The Board of Regents for Higher Education on Wednesday released the daily schedule of Robert A. Kennedy, who spent nearly nine weeks away from the central office this summer. Last week he told reporters he spent six weeks over the summer working remotely — though his contract specified that time be used for professional development — and two weeks using his vacation time.

His schedule has few appointments scheduled during his time he spent working remotely.

This extended time away from the office amidst a major reorganization of the 17-college system and the double-digit raises he illegally approved without board approval led to his resignation last week.