Whereas, AB 1417, signed into law in 2004,requires the Board of Governors to recommend to the Legislature and the Governor a workable structure for annually evaluating district-level performance in meeting statewide educational outcome priorities;
Whereas, Academic Senate Resolution 5.03 S00noted an ongoing and increasing need for institutional research on accountability measures at California community colleges and called for the Academic Senate to affirm that colleges and districts consult collegially with local senates to develop research questions and set research priorities on academic and professional matters;
Whereas, The institutional research function of a college can be an important resource for assisting faculty with defining criteria for measuring and demonstrating effectiveness in meeting accountability requirements; and
Whereas, Accountability for academic and professional matters is the responsibility of the faculty;
Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges develop guidelines for establishing effective local research practices on accountability measures at California community colleges. MSCDisposition: Local Senates
Completed. Superceded by Resolution 13.04 S09.