Collegial Consultation during Implementation of Guided Pathways

Resolution Number
Assigned to
Guided Pathways Task Force
General Concerns
Status Report

A survey was open for responses from academic senate presidents and Guided Pathways Liaisons April 14-May 5, 2020. Early analysis was shared with Exec and via webinars for the field. A report on the survey results ritten and disseminated fall 2020.

Whereas, The Guided Pathways Award Program, as described in legislation, relies on collegial consultation with faculty and the existence of grassroots governance at every level for successful implementation;

Whereas, The principles and tenets of guided pathways address academic and professional matters, including counseling, curriculum, and program processes to clarify pathways that lead to employment, assist students to select and enter chosen pathways, provide support on the pathways, and ensure learning is taking place; and

Whereas, Academic Senate for California Community Colleges Resolution 17.02 F17 “affirm[s] the right of local academic senates and senate leaders to play central roles in the development of all elements of a guided pathways framework at their college that are relevant to academic and professional matters”;

Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges assert that guided pathways efforts such as course mapping and meta major design are integral to implementing a guided pathways framework and fall within academic and professional matters; and

Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges conduct a survey to evaluate the extent to which collegial consultation has been used to implement the areas of guided pathways that fall within academic and professional matters and use the results of the survey to create professional development training on Governance and Guided Pathways implementation to meet identified needs.