Whereas Title 5 requires each California community college to submit a staffing and salary report, and
Whereas the local academic senates should be, but often are not, aware of the statistics in that report, and
Whereas the current Chancellor's Office staffing and salary report is often unreadable and not understandable,
Resolved that the Academic Senate work with the Chancellor's Office to develop a new clear and readable mechanism for reporting salary and staffing information, and
Resolved that the Academic Senate urge the Chancellor's Office to provide local academic senates with the statewide staffing and salary report in both electronic and printed formats, and
Resolved that the Academic Senate work with the Chancellor's Office to require local academic senate president signoff on the college's staffing and salary data before it is submitted in order to verify the report's accuracy, and
Resolved that the Academic Senate urge local academic senates to make the annual staffing and salary report available to college faculty through copies in the library and through electronic media.
This resolution was deemed infeasible.