ERIC Number: ED485620
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2005
Association of Canadian Community Colleges Annual Report, 2004-2005 = Rapport annuel d'Association des colleges communautaires du Canada, 2004-2005
Association of Canadian Community College
The 2004-2005 year signaled the arrival of some profound changes to the governing structure of the Association. As part of the ongoing re-focus of the Association, the Board of Directors undertook an examination of the overall governance structure. Presented at the 2004 Annual General Meeting and discussed at the Board level throughout the year, the requisite changes to the Association's Bylaws allowing for a 12-member Board with a different composition were prepared for approval at the 2005 Annual General Meeting. Several project-based initiatives of the Association came to successful completion in 2004-2005, while other broad initiatives came on board or were strengthened. Sector Council liaison activities provided key networking opportunities throughout the year and continued to establish colleges and institutes as key players in human resources development at the pan-Canadian level. Immigration and rural and remote portfolios also brought the Association and its members further into the limelight as solution-providers in terms of the priority and high visibility issues faced by the federal government. In the international arena, the Canadian College Partnership Program issued several new project contracts and Canadian colleges and institutes continue to forge sustainable and results-oriented partnerships with institutions in more than 60 countries. Both English and French translations of this document are included.
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Foreign Countries, Educational Finance, Income, Operating Expenses, Budgets, Annual Reports
Association of Canadian Community Colleges, Suite 200, 1223 Michael Street North, Ottawa, Ontario K1J 7T2. Tel: 613-746-2222; Fax: 613-746-6721.
Publication Type: Multilingual/Bilingual Materials; Numerical/Quantitative Data; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: Two Year Colleges
Authoring Institution: Association of Canadian Community Colleges.