Whereas, The implementation of California Community Colleges Guided Pathways depends on students making important decisions about their own futures, including students identifying their educational goals, understanding different pathway options, and analyzing different coursework to navigate their education;
Whereas, Research indicates that students who engage metacognitively with their learning are more likely to persist, succeed in coursework, and complete; and
Whereas, Students have a right to select their own educational pathways and deserve adequate information with clear guidance to assist them with making informed decisions;
Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges make available to colleges guided self-placement strategies, including a variety of options that support the success of California community college students; and
Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges urge local senates to implement policies that give all students access to the local guided selfplacement process for English and mathematics as well as the appropriate assessment tools for credit English as a second language.