ERIC Number: ED411016
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1997
Reference Count: N/A
Academic Senate for California Community Colleges: 28th Fall Session Resolutions (Newport Beach, California, October 31-November 2, 1996).
Academic Senate for California Community Colleges, Sacramento.
Documenting the fall 1996 session of the Academic Senate for the California Community Colleges (CCC), this six-part report details 39 resolutions that were adopted by the Senate, 1 that was determined to be non-urgent, 3 that were referred, and 10 that failed. The first part presents the adopted resolutions organized by the following areas: (1) the Academic Senate; (2) accreditation, related to faculty representation in the process and the open selection of self-study chairs; (3) articulation and transfer, including content standards in English and mathematics; (4) state and legislative issues, related to alcohol consumption at campus functions, encouraging student voting, and health benefits; (5) curriculum, including Title 5 changes and program prerequisites; (6) a disciplines list; (7) technology, including technology support plans and policies for Web sites; (8) faculty development; (9) general concerns related to the use of campus consultants; (10) intersegmental issues; (11) library and learning resources, including policies on categorical funding and information competency; (12) local senates, including policies on technical assistance, administrator hiring, and clerical support; (13) professional standards related to minimum qualifications and preparing teaching schedules; and (14) students. The second section provides the non-urgent resolution, while the third details three that were referred to Senate committees. The fourth section presents the 10 resolutions that failed, including proposals related to enrollment management, parenting classes, course equivalency processes, and harassment and unprofessional conduct. The final sections define acronyms used in the report and provide a list of voting delegates. (BCY)
Publication Type: Legal/Legislative/Regulatory Materials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Academic Senate for California Community Colleges, Sacramento.