ASCCC

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ASCCCAcademic Senate for California Community Colleges
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The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges and the Community College League of California collaborate to offer technical assistance and support to help district administrations and senates "find common ground" when there are disputes, Clark said.
The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges ("Part-time Faculty: A Principled Perspective," 2002) recognizes the problem of faculty professionalism, citing "decades of arbitrary use and abuse of part-time faculty, motivated by fiscal exigency," and is working with California Community Colleges Chancellor Thomas Nussbaum on a solution.
When the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges compiled best practices for serving basic skills students in 2002-2003, assessment practices were notably absent.
Sponsored by the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges, the award recognizes community college faculty members who work to promote diverse student populations.
The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges has maintained long-standing support for the no-fee, open-access concept of California's community colleges.
These changes came about from recommendations from the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges and its members and a comprehensive review of regulations regarding the minimum qualifications and disciplines lists.
Meanwhile, in response to a fall 1996 resolution, the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges issued a paper entitled "Information Competency in the California Community Colleges," which defined information competency, identified its key components, and suggested a variety of methods for implementation.
This is a joint publication of the Community College League of California and the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges. It presents 27 scenarios that illustrate effective participation in district and college governance.
Current duties of a local senate president include: (1) being familiar with the statutory context in which the senate operates; (2) advocating for faculty interests; (3) promoting an effective relationship with the Board of Trustees; (4) maintaining contact with the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges; (5) maintaining effective relationships with other governance groups; (6) developing senate participation and leadership; (7) fostering communication; (8) securing resources to ensure senate success; (9) furthering efforts to appoint and retain qualified personnel; and (10) if necessary, meeting additional responsibilities for a multi-college district.
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