Do You Need To Be Ethical To Teach Ethics Classes? Not In New Jersey.

If you asked most people to name the most corrupt state in the union, New Jersey would probably be dogfighting with Louisiana for the top slot. Things like this aren’t going to help “joisey’s” reputation one bit,

“Former Gov. James E. McGreevey is teaching ethics, law and leadership at Kean University.

The Star-Ledger of Newark reported the nation’s first openly gay governor earns $17,500 and has been an executive in residence since Nov. 1.

When he was in office, McGreevey was often criticized for the appearance of ethical lapses.

“It seems to me, Jim McGreevey teaching law and ethics is a little bit like Doctor Kevorkian teaching health maintenance,” state Republican chairman Tom Wilson told the newspaper.

…”For a university like us to have the ability of a former governor , for what we pay him , it’s an opportunity for our students we shouldn’t miss,” Kean President Dawood Farahi said.”

PS: What does this say about the quality of education college students are receiving at Kean University?

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