higher education

Law Enforcement

Yavapai College Campus Police Earn Coveted IACLEA Accreditation

Photo: The Yavapai College Campus Safety Team Yavapai College Campus Safety affirmed its reputation as an elite policing and security force when it received accreditation from the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA), the largest professional organization dedicated to campus safety and law enforcement. The announcement makes Yavapai College Campus Safety only the

Education

Bill to Let Community Colleges Offer 4-Year Baccalaureate Degrees Gets Final Approval in Legislature, Awaits Governor’s Signature

A bipartisan proposal to allow community colleges to offer accredited four-year baccalaureate degrees has received final approval in the Arizona legislature today.  The legislation, first introduced as HB 2523 by State Representative Becky Nutt (R-14), was added as a strike-all amendment to SB 1453, recently passing in the House and today in the Senate. “Enabling community colleges in our state

Opinion

Opinion: Activism vs. Academia at Smith College

“Comfort or freedom?” former Smith College employee Jodi Shaw asked her growing YouTube audience after announcing her resignation from the notoriously progressive school located in Massachusetts. “More and more of us will have to make [this] choice.” Sadly, she’s right. American higher education has gotten to the point where expressing a viewpoint that deviates even

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