Two senior administrators at Kansas university gave regents information about the president -- who they say then fired them for doing so.
In this era of brutal budget cuts and unpleasant debates about college priorities, deans at public institutions can't count on First Amendment protection if they disagree with their bosses in public.
Mark Roosevelt, who earned praise for leading Pittsburgh schools, says he was drawn by the college's mission and history.
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