ERIC Number: ED411017
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1997
Reference Count: N/A
Academic Senate for California Community Colleges: 29th Spring Session Resolutions (San Francisco, California, April 10-12, 1997).
Academic Senate for California Community Colleges, Sacramento.
Documenting the spring 1997 session of the Academic Senate for the California Community Colleges (CCC), this six-part report details 44 resolutions that were adopted by the Senate, 3 that were determined to be non-urgent, 3 that were referred, and 8 that failed. The first part presents adopted resolutions organized by the following areas: (1) the Academic Senate, including redefining faculty productivity; (2) affirmative action and cultural diversity, including a change in the CCC anti-discrimination statement; (3) articulation and transfer; (4) budget and finance, related to budget development and alternative funding mechanisms; (5) state and legislative issues, related to faculty hiring and part-time faculty office hours; (6) consultation with the CCC Chancellor's Office; (7) counseling, including standards of practices; (8) curriculum, including good practices and a model; (9) a disciplines list; (10) technology, including requirements for distance learning; (11) general concerns; (12) grading; (13) local senates; (14) matriculation; (15) professional standards; (16) students; (17) vocational education, including the use of the Internet and cooperative work experience; and (18) welfare reform. The second section provides three resolutions determined to be non-urgent, while the third details three that were referred to Senate committees. The fourth section presents resolutions that failed related to the Presidential term of office, the inclusion of part-time faculty on the Senate Executive Committee, curricular policy, and initiating community service as a graduation requirement. 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.