Survey Of College Presidents Shows Mixed Views on Climate Surveys, Politics
Twenty-eight percent of public four-year college and university presidents say they feel pressure from their governors to conduct their presidencies in ways that differ from their judgment about what’s best for their institutions. That is among the findings of the latest snap poll of presidents — conducted by Gallup and Inside Higher Ed — on breaking issues. A total of 620 presidents responded to the latest survey. They were assured anonymity, but their answers were grouped by sector.