Whereas, Practices for establishing and working with career technical education (CTE) advisory committees, including the recruitment of members and the use of advisory committee recommendations in program development and improvement, vary between colleges and districts; and
Whereas, Successful implementation of the Strong Workforce Program established in Education Code §§88820-88826 will require that colleges establish CTE advisory committees that are highly engaged and work effectively with CTE faculty in developing and improving CTE programs that meet the needs of students and industry;
Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges distribute a survey to member colleges by Spring 2017 to identify examples of effective practices for career and technical education (CTE) advisory committees used by CTE programs throughout California’s community colleges; and
Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges identify and disseminate effective practices for career technical education (CTE) advisory committees and present it at the Fall 2017 plenary session for adoption.
2017 - 18: The committee will develop a survey to address this resolution and bring to the Executive Committee to consider for approval in fall.