First it was Angela Henderson.

Now it’s Kojo.

His blog is down, or rather, in private mode, or protected. Whatever that means.

We hardly knew you, Provost Quarterly. You’d think he would have at least taken the liberty of sayin’ good-bye via his blog, right? Then again, was he at liberty to say anything? Wonder if some lawyers put the duct tape on his digital mouth.

Try doin’ a directory search of his name, and you draw a blank. Wow!, when District puts their collective efforts to get something done, they sure know what people to bring in and what buttons to push. If only they could attack the procurement process with the same zeal and expediency, we wouldn’t doubt their collective abilities to be productive and/or effective.

Was this District’s way of givin’ me an incentive to attend FDW so’s I’ll be so intrigued about who our future Provost will be?? Who knows. And that’s the biggest shame of them all. We are a public institution and yet we, the taxpayers, who pay our own salaries and every single one of those employed at District, will never know or be informed about why  folks come and go. Darn shame.

11 thoughts on “theacademicvoice.has.gone.private

  1. Apparently, if you apply for work elsewhere you are no longer welcome at CCC. I’m considering nominating Don to be president of Westwood College in Calumet City. It’s worth a shot.

    • You are too funny, Anonymous.
      I hope it helped to get that out of your system. Have a good end to your semester.
      I’m sure it will be better than Kojo’s.

  2. According to the May board report he was terminated. I thought they would have the decency to let him resign.

    • I’m with you, What?.
      He may have not wanted to burn bridges, but the Chancellor made sure to blow them up a la Bane:

      Until we are told what actually went down, from either District or Kojo, I can only exist in the fiction they provide as a prisoner of a Gotham City.

  3. So, all the college presidents who were selected after requiring all the old presidents to reapply for their jobs are not dropping (out) like flies. Way to go Chancellor!

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