Whereas the Chancellor and the Board of Governors have committed the system to a performance based approach for additional funding for the California community colleges, and
Whereas the use of student achievement indicators to distribute additional funds will have differential impacts on college and district budgets depending on the demographics of the service area, and
Whereas the use of performance based funding approaches will impact the balance and mix of funds directed to the community colleges multiple missions of transfer, basic skills, vocational education, and economic development,
Resolved that the Academic Senate for the California Community Colleges urge the Board of Governors to reject any funding mechanism that jeopardizes the historical commitment of the California community colleges to open access.
See Comments under Resolution 5.02