Investigate Effective Practices for Pathways Programs

Resolution Number
Troy Myers
Assigned to
Educational Policies Committee
Status Report

Ed Policies along with Curriculum and TASSC will form a task force to accomplish this resolution -- Ed Pols to lead. 2017 - 18: The ASCCC will form a task force on Guided Pathways.

Whereas, Faculty believe that a foundational outcome of the community college experience should be the development of our students as whole persons;

Whereas, Faculty affirm open-access, opportunity for student exploration, and the traditional breadth of a liberal education as historically critical pieces of the community college mission;

Whereas, Faculty remain open to new strategies that may enhance the ability of our students to achieve their goals, including those who struggle most; and

Whereas, Community colleges in California are now beginning to implement, and in some cases feeling pressure to implement, pathways programs on an expanded scale;

Resolved, That the Academic Senate of California Community Colleges investigate practices and outcomes, intended and unintended, for faculty and students from various pathway programs across the state; and

Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges produce effective practices to assist community colleges that are exploring and implementing pathway models.