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  1. California Community Colleges Chief Instructional Officers Conference Random thoughts from Fresno to San Diego, via Las Vegas November 1, 2006

  2. Community College Leagueof California • Education Services and Training • Diane Woodruff , Cindra Smith, Cherie Savage • Governmental Relations and Policy Development • Bonnie Slosson, Rita Mize, Theresa Tena,Danna Pacheco • District Services • Ray Giles, Jean Malone, Sarah Raley, Cynthia Jackson • Association Operations • Denise Wilkerson, Jody Ansell, Jennifer Ong,Yolanda Avalos, Sarah Godecast

  3. Community College Leagueof California • $2.7 Million Budget (FY 2007) • 44% dues; 31% district services; 20% events; 5% other • Three primary goals for FY 2007: • SB 361 Passage/Implementation • Initiative Qualification • Strategic Management Plan • Other improvements • Association management - online conference registration • Expanded online legislative advocacy

  4. Where are we?

  5. Crisis of Leadership • Since January 2006: • New CEOs: 18 • Interims: 17 • Retirements/resignations announced: 10 • We need you. • Identify barriers • Become the next generation of leaders

  6. Student Success • Basic Skills • Four-year transfer • Matriculation • Financial aid

  7. Career Developmentand College Preparation • Higher funding for higher standards • Targeted courses • Sequenced toward a goal • Higher program standards • Funding: • $30 million this year (from $2,626 to $3,092) • Future infusions to state-supported credit rate

  8. Fiscally, we’re in the best position in decades. • 10.7% of Proposition 98 • Proposition 1D • 50% for CCC, plus Field Act changes • Great deal of support from Governor, Legislature • SB 361

  9. Financing Community Colleges • “The Local Era”: Pre-Proposition 13 • “The State Era”: Proposition 13 era • Proposition 98 • AB 1725 • Early 1990s budget crisis • Early 2000s budget crisis • SB 361 • Next: Need a 20:20 Vision -- Increase funding to 80% of Real Cost by 2020. --> Requires “State-local era”

  10. Community College Initiative • Fixes “broken” Prop. 98 Formula • Not a panacea. • Results in increased per student funding above current law of about $750 after five years.

  11. Community College Initiative • Need: • 598,105 valid signatures • How: • 750,000 paid (75% validity) • 100,000 volunteer (50% validity) • Signature campaign cost: • $1.5 million

  12. Community College Initiative • Volunteer drive • Christine Chavez hired by League as Statewide Director • 78,000 petitions distributed (6 signatures per petition) • Paid drive (as of yesterday): • 475,000 paid signatures collected • $1,100,000 raised • Run out of cash this week.

  13. Community College Initiative • Five districts have reached or exceeded their goals • Copper Mountain, Kern, Los Angeles, Los Rios, Mt. San Antonio, West Kern • Eight more have exceeded 50% of their goal • Seventeen have done nothing.

  14. www.SignForCCC.org

  15. We can tackle our challenges,but only if prepared. • Finances • Leadership • Student success