Whereas, One outcome of SB 361 (2006) has been enhanced apportionment for targeted areas of noncredit instruction;
Whereas, Local districts and colleges are using this increased funding to support noncredit instruction in a variety of ways;
Whereas, Effective examples for using the enhanced funding for noncredit can help encourage support for future state augmentations of noncredit funding; and
Whereas, These examples can also be used as ideas for local colleges and districts to use the enhanced funding for noncredit instruction;
Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges research some of the effective examples for using the noncredit enhanced funding to support noncredit instruction and noncredit student success and report on these effective practices in a Rostrum article or future plenary breakout session. MSC Disposition: Local Senates
Update 6/25/2015: Breakouts presented at Fall Plenary 2013, Spring/Fall Plenaries 2014, Spring Plenary 2015, and Curriculum Institutes 2014/15.