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The college will continue to pay his 3,206 annual salary and benefits until Sept. Drayton a speedy recovery and best wishes for his future endeavors,” board chairman George Nyikita said in a statement. Details about the nature of the complaint or specific allegations have not been disclosed.“As this is a personnel matter, we cannot comment further.” Drayton, 58, of Mount Laurel, was placed on paid administrative leave in August after the college launched an internal investigation into the discrimination complaint filed by an employee with the U. The federal agency enforces civil rights laws against discrimination in the workplace, including for age, disability, race, religion, sex, and sexual harassment. Shaller, a criminal defense attorney in an Ocean County law firm, to conduct an internal investigation into the complaint."Every scholar that spells a word wrong or omits a silent letter or figure shall step in the rear of the class and there stand until the class shall have spelled through, then those that have spelled right are to move up in a solid body and those who are in the rear to move down and take their places at the foot." For decades, the school was supported by tuition payments.But gradually the State began to assume a share of the financial responsibility.Before working in county government, Drayton was an administrator at Temple University. He taught as an adjunct from 1998 to 2008 at the University of Pennsylvania’s Fels School of Government.He also worked as a lawyer in the office of former New Jersey Gov. Over the years, Drayton has been dogged by controversy.
Drayton, a longtime South Jersey political figure, said he was proud of his career spanning 35 years in public service.He said health concerns, which he declined to specify, forced him to resign. I’ll miss the students and the faculty,” Drayton said in an interview Saturday.“I’m very proud of the record that I’ve had at the college.” Drayton became president in March 2015, the fifth in the college’s history and the first African American to hold the position.In an attempt to compete with its peers in the region, the college reached an agreement with Rowan University to offer a “3-plus-1” program that allows undergraduates to complete the first three years of a bachelor’s program at the community college, saving students thousands in tuition costs.Previously, Drayton was the Burlington County administrator for five years. It also includes a mutual non-disparagement clause that bars Drayton from taking any legal action against the college.