Whereas, Education Code, Title 5, and local policies and procedures are either legal directives or collaborative agreements that should be respected at all levels of the California Community College System;
Whereas, Faculty at the district and local level have been frustrated by administrative violations of such directives and agreements; and
Whereas, Local academic senates would benefit from assistance and advice in dealing with situations in which administrations fail to respect either statewide mandates or local agreements, including counsel regarding effective documentation of administrative policy and procedure violations and when and how to escalate complaints regarding such administrative actions;
Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges develop a resource document to provide guidance to local senates in reacting to and dealing with administrative violations of state and local policies and regulations.
MSC Disposition: Chancellor’s Office, Local Senates
2012 -- Rostrum Article published in April Rostrum.