Adopt the Paper Alternative Methods for the Awarding of College Credit: Credit by Examination for Articulated High School Courses

Spring
2013
Resolution Number: 
19.02
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Category: 
Professional Standards
Status: 
Assigned

Whereas, Resolution 21.01 (Fall, 2007) encouraged “local senates to eliminate the practice that delays the awarding of credit to secondary students participating in legitimate articulation agreements or dual enrollment arrangements with the college” and resolution 09.05 (Fall, 2008) called upon the Academic Senate for the California Community Colleges to “research and share effective practices for credit by exam processes with local senates”; and

Whereas, It was determined by the Statewide Careers Pathways Advisory Committee that Title 5 changes were necessary to further facilitate the awarding of credit for articulated high school courses and guidance for colleges was needed to effectively implement policies and practices that removed the delay of credit;

Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges adopt the paper Alternative Methods for the Awarding of College Credit: Credit by Examination for Articulated High School Courses.

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