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CIA Business Meeting June 12, 2008 Meeting Dates Fall: October 9-10, 2008 Spring: February 12-13, 2009 Summer: June 11-12, 2009 Steering Committee Nominees Vote for 2 Norma Goonen, MDC Leana Revell, SoFCC Chuck Shaffer, FKCC Judith Scherer, BroCC Those elected in bold. Officers

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meeting dates
Meeting Dates
  • Fall: October 9-10, 2008
  • Spring: February 12-13, 2009
  • Summer: June 11-12, 2009
steering committee nominees
Steering Committee Nominees
  • Vote for 2
    • Norma Goonen, MDC
    • Leana Revell, SoFCC
    • Chuck Shaffer, FKCC
    • Judith Scherer, BroCC

Those elected in bold.

officers
Officers
  • Chair: Kaye Walter, VCC
  • Chair-elect: Henri Sue Bynum, IRCC
  • Secretary: Ken Ross, PCC
  • Ex-Officio:
    • Treasurer, Mike Mears, MCC
    • Immediate Past Chair, Anne Kress, SFCC
standing agenda framework
Standing Agenda Framework
  • Wednesday
    • Meeting time for all committees, special workgroups/taskforces, CIA planning
  • Thursday
    • Council, Division, Committee updates
    • Lunch roundtables
    • Annual agenda and hot topics
  • Friday
    • Best Practices
    • CIA Business Meeting
2008 2009 cia agenda
2008-2009 CIA Agenda
  • Priorities
    • Distance Learning Consortium
    • K-12 Issues (Dual Enrollment, SB 1908, etc.)
  • Ongoing Topics
    • Outcomes Assessment
    • Success in Math
    • Funding Model
    • College Readiness
    • State College Pilot & Baccalaureate Degrees
standing committee focus
Standing Committee Focus
  • OESC
    • Perkins
    • Curriculum Frameworks
  • CAESC
    • Ready to Work
    • Reporting Issues
    • Tech Center Articulation
    • EAP
  • LRSC
    • Information Literacy
standing committees
Standing Committees
  • In recognition of the limitations on travel due to ongoing budget reductions, the Standing Committees should limit their meeting sites to the Tampa or Orlando area.
  • To assist in coordinating activities and reporting out to the COP, the Standing Committees should provide 2008-2009 agendas to the CIA Chair prior to the July COP meeting.
learning outcomes report
Learning Outcomes Report
  • Each college will provide evidence that they have outcomes for at least one of the five state general education outcome categories, have piloted an assessment for that outcome, will share the preliminary results of the assessment and what they plan to do with the results. Each college will add an additional category each year for the next five years. At the end of the five year period, all colleges will have evidence for all five state general education outcome categories.
learning outcomes report10
Learning Outcomes Report
  • The Learning Outcomes Taskforce will sponsor a Statewide Assessment Conference at the June 2009 CIA meeting on Friday.
state college pilot supported
State College Pilot supported
  • That the Council of Presidents consider the following as guiding principles of the State Colleges:
    • Responsiveness to the economic development and other needs of the local communities served by the individual community colleges.
    • Student access to affordable postsecondary education, including associate and baccalaureate degree education.
    • The philosophy of “one faculty” dedicated to teaching and learning.
    • An integrated system of Florida community colleges.
distance learning consortium supported
Distance Learning Consortium supported
  • CIA recommends that the Distance Learning Consortium and the new DL Taskforce find ways to make distance learning more affordable to colleges and align the definition of distance learning courses with that provided by SACS. CIA recommends the DLC and Taskforce support and affirm the principle of local control.
sb1908 direction
SB1908 Direction??
  • Discussion on 1908 suggests concerns within CIA regarding the Division’s approach to implementing the new legislation, especially with assignment of the responsibility for administering the CPT to rising 12th graders.
  • What direction should we take?

Supported a combination of Options 1 & 2

option 1 individual presidents
Option 1: Individual Presidents
  • CIA voting members meet with their CSA counterparts, advise their presidents of the concerns held by both councils, and respectfully request that COP provide input to the Division on this matter.
option 2 cop
Option 2: COP

CIA respectfully requests that the division of community colleges follow the stated language of SB 1908 that identifies “high schools” as responsible for evaluating the “college readiness of each student who indicates an interest in postsecondary education . . . . . before the beginning of grade 12” and further that the necessary testing and advising be accomplished by the high schools as stated in SB 1908.

CIA recognizes the importance of the Division of Community Colleges and Florida community colleges as participants in the development of the ensuing and related “remedial instruction” in accord with SB 1908. However, CIA also asks that the high schools and the K-12 System be the entities that implement this initiative.