An outside panel is investigating the board of the Maricopa Community Colleges, following anonymous allegations sent to its accreditor about alleged micromanaging, The Arizona Republic reported. The complaint charged that the board makes decisions without adequately consulting the educators charged with daily management of the colleges. The outside committee has held individual meetings with board members and administrators and will also hold a public meeting.
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