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CSU trustees plan to eliminate faculty retreat rights for fired administrators

Ashley A. Smith

The advantage at the heart of a purchase by a Fresno state administrator in 2020 that led to the resignation of Joseph I. Castro as chancellor was not an isolated situation.

Since 2015, a handful of CSU system administrators have been offered the chance to retire from college or exercise that right, despite investigations, allegations of misconduct, or disciplinary action taken against them, according to an EdSource investigation.

Now, the California State University Board of Directors is creating a policy to tighten the circumstances that would allow professors who serve as administrators to take up full-time faculty positions. The new policy would exclude administrators from faculty jobs in the system if they have been fired or are under investigation for misconduct or policy violations.

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