Auditor: Penn State Needs More Reform in Sandusky’s Wake

State Auditor Jack Wagner called on the Gov. Corbett and the General Assembly to impose outside reforms on Penn State in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal that rocked the campus, the football team, and school administration. Wagner’s Wednesday report specifically called on officials to reduce the power of Penn State’s president, in part by removing him as a member of the university’s board of trustees. ““The necessary and healthy boundaries between the president as employee and the board as employer are indistinguishable” at Penn State, Wagner said. He also recommended shrinking the size of the board, noting that  Penn State’s board is much bigger than other, similar universities. [Penn Live]