Calif. court rejects lawsuit to nix community colleges' shared governance

11/11/2013 | EdSource

A San Francisco Superior Court judge has ruled against the nonprofit group California Competes in a lawsuit to end shared governance among academic senates and boards of trustees at the state's community colleges. Before the lawsuit, the group's request to give ultimate decision-making authority to trustees was denied by Brice Harris, chancellor of California Community Colleges. California Competes is considering whether it will appeal, said Robert Shireman, the group's director.

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