demote


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to lower in rank or grade

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Regent Schofield is convinced that these sexual harassment allegations are politically motivated and would never have happened had he not voted to demote John Cummings," the statement said.
Schofield said in the statement that the harassment complaint was not filed until well after he voted to demote Cummings and move forward with proceedings that could result in the loss of Cummings' position at the college.
The regents subsequently voted to demote Remington from president to a faculty position.
The Organization of School Administrators and Supervisors (OSAS), AFSA Local 28, AFL-CIO, the union representing local public school administrators and supervisors, announced it won a temporary injunction in court yesterday, halting Detroit Schools CEO Kenneth Burnley's efforts to demote them.
Yesterday, the union filed a lawsuit against the actions of the school district's CEO, requesting that the court halt the CEO's actions to demote the administrators and supervisors.
Global Banking News-November 23, 2015--Chinese watchdog demotes regulators
Global Banking News-April 16, 2015--HSBC demotes top banker