Yavapai College: Is Local Control the Answer? — Podcast March 3, 2014

A Separate Verde Valley Administrative District for Yavapai College: Is It Feasible? Bob Oliphant and Ruth Wicks return to Democratic Perspective to address what they see as the flaws in the Yavapai College administration’s 10 year plan, and to discuss the potential advantages of local administrative control over the Sedona and Verde Valley campuses. With 30% of the county’s population, the Verde Valley, in their view, has the financial resources necessary to fully support local campuses, and, with the establishment of a separate administrative district, could retain local control of the educational program of the Verde Valley campuses without unnecessary duplication of support services on this side of the mountain.

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