CCC professor of humanities Lee Ann Thomas told the board that while she is certain that Jablonski is hardworking and committed to seeing the college succeed, “it is just not certain whether Clinton can remain stable under the leadership of a captain who is trying to sail this vessel alone.”
But Jablonski told the Press-Republican the Strategic Planning Committee has been involved in the college’s financial decisions.
“For the last two years, the Strategic Planning Committee has worked to analyze all of the data that is available through our Enrollment Management Committee, our program reviews and assessments,” he said, “and what they have done each of the last two years is prioritize the highest needs of the college.
“Those priorities from the Strategic Planning Committee,” he said, “have been used to make resource allocations for the college’s operating budget and for the restricted funds that the college has used that it gets from grants and outside sources.”
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