Was Tennessee Deputy Governor John Morgan given a special arrangement so that he could be appointed Chancellor of the Tennessee Board of Regents
No sensible person would deny John Morgan the right to make a good living, and Morgan has agreed to take the same salary as the outgoing Chancellor in light of the controversy over his appointment as Chancellor of the Board. The problem really lies with the fact that shortly before Morgan was officially hired, the job requirements were changed in such a way that a position that previously required a doctorate degree now only requires a B.A. Morgan may be well qualified through experience and thus deserving of the job, but if that is the case, the original description of the position should rightly have been "doctorate preferred, but not required."
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