Significant Developments During Academic Year, 1988-89 A. Approximately one man-year of effort was devoted to analysis to detect possible gender or racial/ethnic bias in faculty personnel operations at the university. This effort was required to support responses by the Counsel\'s office to queries put by OFCCP. B. Approval by the NMCHE of its statewide postsecondary education plan, "Planning for the Class of 2005," required review of the plan by President May. P&PS provided that review plus all of the written institutional testimony. C. NMCHE developed a 16-page directive, "Institutional Planning Guidelines," which required extensive input to the Commission\'s Planning Committee. Commissioner Taylor and the NMCHE staff resisted most of the institutional recommendations. Of some significance was the addition by NMCHE of a set of statewide issues in New Mexico higher education drafted in P&PS.
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