Thursday, December 24, 2015

Higher education leaders consider reform measures - Maggie Shepard, ABQ Journa

More than one hundred administrators, provosts and presidents joined Martinez on Monday to hear good news from other public universities that have implemented reforms similar to those the state’s Higher Education Department has been pursuing. And on Wednesday, regents and leaders from the University of New Mexico and New Mexico State University gathered for a joint regents meeting to further discuss the reforms. The state’s Higher Education Department is pushing schools to streamline the transfer processes and the semester-by-semester course path through each college to graduate students on time without excessive debt accumulated from taking unnecessary classes.

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