Yavapai College Offers Expanded Selection of Hybrid and In-Person Classes in January Yavapai College has announced an additional slate of more than 50 “hybrid” classes, each of which combine remote study with carefully supervised in-person learning. Registration is already open for these Spring semester classes – which include art, music and physical education. The
Proposition 208 appeared poised to succeed Tuesday night, leading by more than 175,000 votes by 11 p.m., according to early, unofficial election results from the Arizona Secretary of State’s website. Proponents for the legislation claimed victory Tuesday night, calling it a win for teachers and schools that would see more funding if it is approved.
In a normal year, students in Northern Arizona University’s Hotel and Restaurant Management (HRM) program spend two days a week in the demonstration kitchen. There, they get hands-on experience learning how to properly use knives, complement dishes with different seasonings and cook vegetables as delicious as cake. The students would then showcase the food they
The Ducey administration defended its decision Thursday to make it harder for Arizona schools to revert to virtual education, from in-person or hybrid schooling, in the face of surging COVID-19 cases. Gov. Doug Ducey said the decision to require that three different criteria are met – the old standard was just one of the three
Arizona Commerce Authority Announces Plan To Train And Certify 5,000 Arizona Students For Cloud Careers By June 2022
The Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) with the support of Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS) announced a statewide commitment to increase access to cloud computing education in schools across Arizona. This initiative aims to train and certify 5,000 students for entry-level cloud computing careers by June 2022, with continued long-term investments in technical skills training for
Yavapai College planning no increase to property tax levy for the third consecutive year; No increase to tuition for 2021-22 school year
Yavapai College has announced that they have no plans to increase its primary property tax levy or its tuition for the upcoming academic year. It will mark the third consecutive year that the College will not ask for a property tax increase. The College made the announcement at its monthly District Governing Board meeting last