The college system is in chaos, and we’re waiting for an answer.
At least two people are resigning, but the real question is: when will the system finally fix itself?
For more than a decade, we’ve been waiting for our next president to take office.
But what is the new administration going to do?
As the college system transitions into chaos, here are some things to know about the college and university system in the United States.
College presidents will only be in office for a year.
The system is set up so that presidents have a limited time to fill vacancies.
However, there are rules that presidents can circumvent: They can appoint their own team, they can appoint anyone, they could appoint students.
There are only two presidents on the staff.
In theory, presidents can hire their own staff and hire anyone they want.
However the system is so stacked that only two people currently hold the positions of president and chancellor: President Andrew M. Cuomo and Chancellor William M. Schurz.
There’s a minimum wage for the presidency.
The minimum wage is $10,000 per year, which is higher than most jobs, but it’s still below the $15,000 federal minimum wage.
There is a mandatory hiring period.
When the system was set up, a new president would only be able to hire students, not faculty.
The presidents can’t appoint anyone who isn’t a student or a faculty member, and it takes four years for them to be confirmed by the senate.
Universities will be required to publish their academic performance.
The universities will be under an obligation to publish a summary of their academic records.
They can’t say who wrote what, but they must publish it.
If the academic performance is poor, then it will be reported to the congress, which can recommend sanctions.
If a president is caught cheating, they won’t be allowed to keep their jobs.
This isn’t true of current presidents, who can keep their job if they’re caught cheating.
They have to take remedial courses, which usually cost thousands of dollars.
But if they don’t take remediation, they will be fired and replaced by someone else.
There will be a “pay-for-performance” system.
This is the system used to reward successful presidents.
The money is set to grow as long as there is a president who makes money.
If that president doesn’t make money, then the system will take the next president’s salary, and the next one’s.
The payout is based on the number of months that a president has been in office, and they can’t get it more than three years into their term.
The president’s pay will be tied to his tenure.
The new president will have to have a two-year tenure.
This means the president can’t be fired until the president has two years in office.
This can mean presidents have to spend two years of their term at the university or at the college.
If there are faculty members who are underrepresented, they may be fired.
There have been complaints about faculty members at universities with more minority members, but in general, the pay of faculty members is fairly generous, especially if you’re in a competitive field.
However this doesn’t apply to college presidents, and many of them are highly compensated, so the pay can be much higher than that.
In-person learning will be banned.
This was a big one, but some universities are still banning in-person meetings and discussions.
This will affect students, but also faculty.
There won’t have to be a board of trustees.
The board of the university will have more powers than the senate, and if it wants to pass any reforms, it will have the support of the presidents and the senate and be able get anything through the legislature.
The government will be involved.
In the last administration, we had the President’s Council of Advisors on Higher Education, which included a representative of the president, a member of the senate’s committee on education and the president’s economic development adviser, and representatives from the administration.
There may be more scrutiny on university presidents.
There was talk of increasing the number and length of faculty evaluations, as well as the amount of oversight.
The university will not be required as a public institution to hold a public forum.
If you attend a university, you’re more than welcome to ask questions.
However if you ask questions that are inappropriate, or have the appearance of a conflict of interest, then you will be kicked out.
Colleges may have more oversight.
There has been talk of requiring that colleges publish academic records and hire independent researchers.
However these reforms will only come into effect after the next administration takes office