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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — The College of Prince Edward Island (UPEI) board of governors is making modifications to enhance its operations and decision-making.
These modifications are available response to suggestions from the Rubin Thomlinson report.
Lately, Pat Sinnott resigned as a member and chair of the board, and Andrew Bartlett can even step down.
Because of this, there at the moment are seven empty spots on the 26-member Board of Governors.
The manager committee, working with the college, will fill these positions as quickly as attainable.
They may prioritize discovering numerous and educated people.
As well as, the UPEI board of governors will assessment its governance practices to ensure they’re efficient and clear.
The assessment will give attention to necessary values like educational freedom and rigour, accountability and integrity, excellence, inclusion, fairness, and reconciliation.