The difference between being contracted to perform a governmental function and not being contracted to do so could spell trouble for the College of DuPage Foundation's hopes for a reversal of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) decision, the Edgar County Watchdogs (ECW) contend.
An April 2015 grand jury subpoena released by the College of DuPage (COD) Foundation following an Illinois appeals court ruling in a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit requested all documents regarding bank accounts, credit card accounts and records relating to the foundation members, staff and board going back to Jan. 1, 2009, including personnel records as well as expenditures, reimbursements, compensation and benefits, according to Edgar County Watchdogs.
In another step toward reversing actions taken during the tenure of the College of DuPage’s (COD) former President Robert Breuder, the college has signed an agreement with the County of DuPage and the Village of Glen Ellyn that returns administrative and regulatory control to the village.
The College of DuPage has filed a motion requesting that certain points in the wrongful termination lawsuit brought by President Robert Breuder be clarified by the U.S. Court of Appeals, according to the Edgar County Watchdogs (ECW).
While applauding the College of DuPage’s current board of trustees for its more "pro-active"
approach to potential issues, a public advocacy group says it was probably the school’s previous leadership that has earned it a meeting with the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), the region's higher education accreditor.
Five track and field athletes from the College of DuPage placed eighth or better in their events at the National Junior College Athletic Association Indoor Championships held March 3-4 in Pittsburg, Kansas.
Dissent, dismissal and partial denial delineated the latest judicial response to a dispute between Robert Breuder and the College of DuPage when a Federal Court issued its ruling March 1, Edgar County Watchdogs divulged recently.
The Edgar County Watchdogs (ECW) and other defendants in a legal case related to the scandal-plagued College of Dupage (COD) recently filed multiple Prayer for Leave to Appeal briefs with the Illinois Supreme Court to have the case thrown out.
Marco Martinez's top-30 individual finish highlighted the College of DuPage's (CoD) showing at the National Junior Collegiate Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I national cross-country championship recently in El Dorado, Kansas.