Reform Plans Slow Down in Connecticut

May 7, 2015

Transform CSCU 2020, the plan to reform Connecticut’s regional universities and community colleges, is being slowed down after relentless criticism from faculty members at the 17 colleges and universities in the system, The Hartford Courant reported. Several of the institutions in the system have voted no confidence in the plan and in Gregory W. Gray, president of the Connecticut Board of Regents for Higher Education, and faculty members say they have not been included in the decision-making process about the system's future. The plan has suggested the system needs to consolidate some of its programs and deliver more education online.

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