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Joint csso ccccio spring conference weathering the storm partnering for student success

Joint CSSO CCCCIO Spring Conference

Weathering the Storm:  Partnering for Student Success

Chancellor’s Office UpdateApril 2, 2009Linda MichalowskiVice Chancellor, Student Services and Special Programs


Budget

Budget

  • Says:No cuts, 3% Growth for 09-10

  • Means:--$165 million in unfunded enrollments

    --$33+ million property tax shortfall

    --$37 million base shortfall (from 07-08)

    --$340 million cash deferrals

    --No COLA for 2 years = $570 million loss in spending power


Budget 2

Budget - 2

Good news:NO CATEGORICAL FLEXIBILITY

Bad news:It’s not over…

  • Revenues continue to decline

  • Propositions must pass

  • May Revise will be delayed until June

  • LAO Proposals:

    • Fees double or more

    • Reduced funding rate for “recreational” courses

  • Advocacy continues


  • Legislation

    Legislation

    Sponsored bills:

    • AB 386 (Ruskin) – Captioning of audio-visual materials

    • AB 669 (Fong) – Residency for foster youth

      Other legislation:

    • Textbooks

      • AB 317 (Solario) – Spot bill intended to address BSA recommendations

      • SB 48 (Alquist) – Require publishers to make books available in electronic format by 2020


    Legislation 2

    Legislation - 2

    • Textbooks (continued)

      • SB 216 (Liu) – Require colleges to post textbook information on Web site at least 30 days before start of class

      • SB 386 (Runner) – Require faculty to provide “cost-benefit analysis” before adopting new version of a book within 3 years

    • Foster Youth

      • AB 1393 (Skinner) – Request colleges to give housing priority to foster youth


    Legislation 3

    Legislation - 3

    • Concurrent Enrollment

      • AB 78 (Portantino) – Allow ESL and Basic Skills, eliminate principal’s recommendation, eliminate 5% summer cap, change “low enrollment priority” to “not a high priority”

      • AB 555 (Furutani) – Create pilot to allow 3 districts to partner with schools to concurrently enroll students for academic, CTE or Basic Skills courses at the college or high school


    Legislation 4

    Legislation - 4

    • Assessment and Placement

      • AB 371 (Fuller) – Spot bill to encourage CCCs to provide incentives for students to enroll in Basic Skills in their first year

      • AB 1008 (Block) – Spot bill to require colleges to assess their Basic Skills offerings and the extent to which they are meeting student needs

    • Transfer

      • AB 440 (Beall) – Authorize AA Transfer degree


    Legislation 5

    Legislation - 5

    • Veterans

      • AB 38 (Salas) – Change residency determination provisions

      • SB 15 (Cedillo) – Extend Cal Grant Entitlement to vets under age 28

      • SB 361 (Runner) – Clarify that enrollment priority (SB 272, 2007) applies only to vets with honorable discharge

      • SB 646 (Denham) – Prohibit charging any fees to honorably discharged CA resident vets or National Guard who have exhausted federal veterans benefits


    Legislation 6

    Legislation - 6

    • Honorary degrees

      • AB 37 (Furutani) Request that colleges and universities confer an honorary degree upon any person who was unable to complete due to the internment of Japanese Americans in 1942

    • Expelled students

      • AB 1400 (Fong) – Authorize colleges to share information about students expelled for specific offenses

    • Title IX Discrimination

      • SB 195 (Florez) – Require colleges to certify that every activity complies with federal law prohibiting sex discrimination and impose a civil penalty of $50,000 for false certification


    Assessment apg

    Assessment APG

    • Recommendations for comment:

      • Pre-requisites

      • Change Title 5 to only require content review (Model District Policy on Pre-Requisites) for validation of a pre-requisite.

      • Support for statewide pre-requisites for specific courses to be phased in over time. A significant question is what things need to be considered in the development of any statewide proposal.

      • Services

      • Support ongoing system efforts to increase matriculation funding. Promote a desirable counselor: student ratio (but not require).


    Assessment apg 2

    Assessment APG - 2

    • Recommendations (continued):

      • 50% Law

      • Investigate what a reasonable percentage might be should counselors and librarians be included with "classroom faculty" for purposes of calculating 50% law compliance (AB1157 a possible vehicle).

      • Investigate the effect of removing the "non-classroom" loads of counselors and librarians from both the numerator and denominator in 50% Law calculations, which would then inform whether or not this might be brought forward as a consensus proposal.

      • APG to conclude by June 30


    Transfer task force

    Transfer Task Force

    • Proposed by UC President Mark Yudof

    • Charge is to identify reforms or strategies to increase the number of CCC students who:

      • Are transfer-ready

      • Are offered and accept transfer

      • Succeed at the receiving 4-year university

    • Preliminary report by August 1, 2009

    • CCC representatives:

      • Steering Committee: Morgan Lynn

      • Planning Committee: Linda Michalowski and Jeff Spano

      • Working Team: Linda Lacy, Jane Patton, Michelle Pilati, Randy Lawson, Morgan Lynn and Linda Michalowski


    Student mental health initiative

    Student Mental Health Initiative

    • Memorandum of Understanding:

      • Entered into by DMH and CCCCO related to implementation of Prop. 63 and the use of MHSA funds

    • New Mental Health Liaison, Abby Medina will:

      • Assist colleges to develop and maintain improved services

      • Carry out goals and activities related to the MOU, including convening a CCC advisory committee on mental health issues

    • SMHI Systemwide, K-12 and Higher Education competitive grants

      • Status: On hold Problem: Counties not returning funds

      • Item of discussion for the next MH Services Oversight and Accountability Commission meeting (April 24th)


    Site visit update

    Site Visit Update

    • 14 completed, 7 to go for 2008-09

    • Improvements in place: Data given to colleges, Self-Evaluation format, Report Template, team training materials, team and college Evaluation Forms

    • System Advisory Committee on Student Services is working on further improvements for 2009-10

    • Chancellor’s Office will have all 2008-09 reports to colleges within 60 days of the end of the visit

    • Team composition and cancellations has been greatest challenge


    Categorical funds carry over

    Categorical Funds Carry-over

    • Yes. Memorandum is being prepared.

    • Funds may be spent until September 30, 2009

    • Will apply to EOPS, CARE, DSPS, Matriculation and BFAP-Student Financial Aid Administration

    • Memo will include reminder that implementation of GASB-45 Advisory is on hold; categorical funds can only be used for current employees


    Student senate

    Student Senate

    • Spring General Assembly: May 1-3 in San Diego

      • There will be voting on Resolutions and election of At-Large Senators for 2009-10

    • SSCCC Council continues to represent students well

    • Chancellor’s Office still needs help paying expenses

      • 13 colleges agreed to pay travel in response to appeal from Diane Woodruff

      • Chancellor Scott will appeal to CEOs again

    • Your support is always critical to encourage thoughtful students to get involved


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    Questions joint csso ccccio spring conference weathering the storm partnering for student success

    Questions?

    Joint CSSO CCCCIO Spring Conference

    Weathering the Storm:  Partnering for Student Success

    Chancellor’s Office UpdateApril 2, 2009Linda MichalowskiVice Chancellor, Student Services and Special Programs


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