|Attorney Frank Perez|
The mishandling of the insurance contract was not the only aspect of Tercero's performance disappointing members of the Board of Trustees. Tercero was given a directive to engage in a contract with Texas A&M University to salvage the nursing program. Remember, the program had declined to the point that a mere 46% of students were passing the nursing exam. The state ordered program suspension pending at least an 80% pass rate.
|Dr. Marti Flores,|
VP of Instruction
"Were you there for the visit of the doctors running A&M's program?" Garza asked.
Tercero answered "No!" but proceeded to explain that she had been involved in phone conversations setting up the mentoring.
Dr. Marti Flores, Vice-President of Instruction, quickly added before being asked, that she'd also been "out of town in Harlingen that day."
|TSC Board of Trustees|
Agenda item #7 may also have been aimed at Tercero, "Discussion and Possible Action regarding the Child Care Development Degree Plan for the Upcoming Fall Semester.
We will deal with the issues raised in our next installment.