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Civil Rights Commission Report

The United States Commission on Civil Rights recently delivered its report to the Obama administration. The name of the report is “Peaceful Coexistence: Reconciling Nondiscrimination Principles with Civil Liberties.” The civil liberty with which so-called “nondiscrimination principles” are supposed to be reconciled is freedom of religion. 30 more words

Christian Liberty

How do you stay motivated?

Last week, I met with my colleagues from 40+ independent school associations. We focused on the big challenges facing our schools – governance, student safety, insurance, globalism, and diversity to name a few – as well as challenges facing our associations – duplication of services, disruption, and strategies to enhance member value. 405 more words

CAIS

Accreditation News

The Council on Higher Education Accreditation is the organization that accredits the accreditors. CHEA also tracks governmental attitudes and actions toward accreditation. The latest newsletter is here.

Accreditation

Outstanding Accredited Courses

Accreditation matters in most of the programs offered in the trucking industry. While finishing an accredited course does not guarantee the student or participant to automatically obtain a license or land a job after graduation, it may aid or play a role toward achieving such goals. 91 more words

Driving School

Government severs ties with for-profit colleges accreditor

WASHINGTON (AP) — Hundreds of for-profit colleges could close, leaving up to 600,000 students scrambling to find other schools, after the Education Department withdrew recognition of the nation’s largest accreditor of for-profit schools. 673 more words

Education

Law Society Mediator Re-Accreditation: No Thanks

I recently received a very short notice demand from The Law Society to renew my Family Mediator Accreditation.  It came at the busiest time of my year. 577 more words

Mediation

Change in Requirements for Nebraska Architects

Architects licensed in Nebraska must  have 24 hours in continuing education by December 31 biennially based on the licensee’s last name.

Of the 24 hours, at least 16 hours must be HSW-related and 1 hour must be in professional ethics. 173 more words

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