ERIC Number: ED100445
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1974
Reference Count: N/A
Staffing Patterns in California Community Colleges: A 1974-75 Overview.
Phair, Tom S.
The Eighth Annual Report on the characteristics of newly appointed certificated personnel in California Community Colleges for the academic year 1974-75 provides relevant data from 102 public and 6 private community colleges. The full-time staff of instructors, counselors, librarians, and administrators were reported as 15,834. 1,103 new full-time staff were hired. The data indicates a halt in the steady four-year drop in new faculty hired. The characteristics of newly hired full-time staff are reported as follows: (1) 58 percent males; (2) 78 percent Caucasians, 8 percent Black, 9 percent Chicano, 3 percent Asian, 1 percent Native Americans and others; (3) largest concentrations were in age groups from 26-35; (4) 11 percent had less than a bachelor's degree; (5) 17 percent had less than a masters' degree; (6) 8 percent had doctorates; (7) 24 percent had nonteaching experience; (8) 1 percent had been a research assistant or reader; (9) 1 percent had practice teaching or internship experience; (10) staff with with secondary school experience dropped to 15 percent; (11) 35 percent had community college experience; (12) 13 percent were from 4-year colleges and universities. Tabular data presents characteristics of new full-time staff by instructional field. (AH)
Publication Type: Numerical/Quantitative Data
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: California Junior Coll. Association, Sacramento.
Identifiers - Location: California