Oct 7, 2010
Next meeting October 21.
Remember the "extra meeting" October 28. Please put it on
The College Council Report
Ed Code Background for the status of the Faculty Hiring Procedure
Qualifications for Community
Article 3 Hiring Criteria
- (a) In establishing hiring criteria for faculty and
administrators, district governing boards shall, no later than
July 1, 1990, develop criteria that include a sensitivity to and
understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural,
disability, and ethnic backgrounds of community college
- (b) No later than July 1, 1990, hiring criteria, policies,
and procedures for new faculty members shall be developed and
agreed upon jointly by representatives of the governing board,
and the academic senate, and approved by the governing board.
- (c) Until a joint agreement is reached and approved pursuant
to subdivision (b), the existing district process in existence
on January 1, 1989, shall remain in effect.
Title 5 Background for "Monitored Groups"
From Barbara Lee:
means those groups identified in section 53004(b) for which monitoring and
reporting is required pursuant to section 53004(a).
CCR Title 5:
§ 53001. Definitions.
(f)(1) Ethnic Minorities. "Ethnic minorities" means American
Indians or Alaskan natives, Asians or Pacific Islanders,
Blacks/African-Americans, and Hispanics/Latinos.
(2) Ethnic Group Identification. "Ethnic group
identification" means an individual's identification in one or more of the
ethnic groups reported to the Chancellor pursuant to section 53004. These groups
shall be more specifically defined by the Chancellor consistent with state and
District Evaluation and Report to Chancellor.
(a) Each district shall annually survey its employees and
shall monitor applicants for employment on an ongoing basis in order to evaluate
the implementation of its equal employment opportunity plan and to provide data
needed for the analyses required by sections 53003, 53006, 53023, and 53024.
Each district shall annually report to the Chancellor, in a manner prescribed by
the Chancellor, the results of its annual survey of employees at each college in
the district. Each employee shall be reported so that he or she may be
identified as belonging to one of the following seven job categories:
(2) faculty and
other instructional staff;
(7) service and maintenance.
(b) For purposes of the survey and report required pursuant
to subsection (a) of this section, each applicant or employee shall be afforded
the opportunity to identify his or her gender, ethnic group identification and,
if applicable, his or her disability. A person may designate multiple ethnic
groups with which he or she identifies, but shall be counted in only one ethnic
group for reporting purposes. Chinese, Japanese, Filipinos, Koreans, Vietnamese,
Asian Indians, Hawaiians, Guamanians, Samoans, Laotians, and Cambodians are to
be counted and reported as part of the Asian/Pacific
Islander group as well as in separate subcategories. However, in determining
whether additional steps are necessary to ensure that monitored groups have not
been excluded on an impermissible basis, analysis of the separate subgroups is
Title 5 Background for Bylaws Revision
(a)(1)At least 72 hours before a
regular meeting, the legislative body of the local agency, or
its designee, shall post
an agenda containing a brief general description of each
item of business to be transacted or discussed at the meeting,
including items to be discussed in closed session. A brief
general description of an item generally need not exceed 20
words. The agenda shall specify the time and location of the
regular meeting and shall
be posted in a location that is freely accessible to members of
the public. If requested, the agenda shall be made
available in appropriate alternative formats to persons with a
disability, as required by Section 202 of the Americans with
Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. Sec. 12132), and the federal
rules and regulations adopted in implementation thereof. The
agenda shall include information regarding how, to whom, and
when a request for disability related modification or
accommodation, including auxiliary aids or services may be made
by a person with a disability who requires a modification or
accommodation in order to participate in the public meeting.
Follow-up: Implementing the SLO-GEO Plan
Guide to Implementing the SLO-GEO Plan -- Also now on the
An e-mail has been sent out from Fred and Mike Gilmartin asking for
acknowledgment of program-level SLOs for transfer programs. The e-mail was reviewed by AAAG, and revised. Please ehelp
your colleagues understand this issue. Please refer them to me or Mike with any
questions. Main point: we view the entering of transfer-level SLOs into
CurricUNET as an administrative step of a plan we have already spent a great
deal of time on and agreed upon.
Background info for the Flex Day Food vs Staff Development Conversation
||Breakfast-New Faculty & Admin.
||7 luches-New Faculty & Mentors
||Flex Day-Full Breakfast & Lunch
||Spring Flex Day Breakfast & Heavy Snack
||New Faculty Breakfast with Admin &
||New Faculty Lunch w/mentors (12)
||Fall Flex Day light breakfast & heavy snack
||Supplies for New Faculty & mentors
||Follow up meeting for new faculty & mentors
||Follow up meeting for new
faculty & mentors
||Total so far
From Sue Hanna:
On the topic of the Staff Development Fund that is currently
used for lunches for flex days, nursing faculty had some input: they felt that
the food (in some form) was very important to the networking benefits of flex
days, that is, the chance for faculty from different departments to gather
around the coffee and doughnuts to meet, greet, and share ideas. Their
suggestion was to move away from cafeteria-catered food which is expensive. Deb
suggested that she has cut the cost of certain lunch meetings in half by
purchasing food at Costco rather than having it catered on campus.
These ideas were discussed at our Monday Faculty meeting in
response to the request from Doug for input on the use of the funds. Faculty
felt some food was very important in order to draw people. One suggestion was to
trade the AM and lunch option for a mid-morning snack between speakers. This
coincided with discussion about the need for a break between morning speakers
and how this might be facilitated with food. Anyway, wanted to provide that
input and to apologize for missing today’s meeting.
Sue Hanna, MA, RN