Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Arizona: Bucking the trend in postsecondary governance?

The last blog post spoke to the recent trend in consolidating education governance, primarily under the governor. One more example in this vein is a new bill in Oklahoma, which would replace the state board of education with the governor, secretary of state and attorney general. It must be mentioned, though, that there are proposals out there to move away from consolidated education governance.

Legislation introduced in Arizona would abolish the board of regents and establish a governing board for each of the state's four-year institutions.

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