Changes at Alamo Colleges Prompt Accreditor's Questions

Jacqueline Claunch, the founding president of Northwest Vista College, one of five schools in San Antonio’s Alamo Community College District, said that for the first time in her life, she feels as if she’s engaging in a protest. 

Earlier this month, despite an effort by Claunch and about 130 members of her faculty, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board approved a major change to the core curriculum for the district's colleges, calling for them to swap out one of their two currently required humanities courses for a mandatory “Learning Frameworks” course that was developed in association with FranklinCovey ...

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