State senators have approved a bill forbidding state officials from demanding that employees sign non-disparagement agreements when leaving their state jobs — a move directed at the state’s largest public college system.
Perhaps the CSCU System is imperfect in the eyes of some. But the 17 colleges and universities have a perfect foundation in which to build upon. Imperfect on the road to perfection. It is not as complicated as many would think. I have provided five recommendations which, if implemented, would dramatically improve the CSCU System.
Top state legislators are concerned about how much officials of the state’s largest public college system are spending on administrative costs. (Photo: CSCU President Gregory Gray answers legislators’ questions.)
If there was friction between the Gregorgy Gray and Michael Gargano during Gargano’s last two weeks on the job, it didn’t play out in emails between the top two officials of the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities.