Highlands University President Jim Fries says there are a number of legislative initiatives being proposed that could affect higher education, including replacing boards of regents at state colleges with a single board.
“Sen. Cisco McSorley, D-Albuquerque, does plan to submit some form of a bill that would move us toward a Super Board of Regents that would basically replace the individual board of regents at New Mexico universities with a single statewide board of regents, probably with nine to 11 members,” Fries said.
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