Ever since Miami Dade College’s trustees called off last week’s vote to select a new president, local political leaders have ramped up their criticism that the search appears rigged.
Even the appointed officials involved in the selection process themselves have gone public with their concerns.
The rhetoric surrounding who should replace the retiring president Eduardo J. Padron — and how the Board of Trustees should go about it — has escalated publicly since last week’s 6-1 vote to reboot the search process. Just one of four finalists for the job continues on, and it’s unclear even what the college’s next steps are.
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