Whereas, Current Title 5 requirements regarding eligibility for noncredit apportionment for supervised tutoring reference Education Code §84757 (a) (2) that limits apportionment to students enrolled in basic skills; and
Whereas, Current effective practice, identified in the Basic Skills as a Foundation for Student Success in California Community Colleges (2007) and elsewhere, specifies that mainstreamed, centralized tutoring programs most successfully support basic skill students enrolled in any course;
Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges explore with the Chancellor’s Office what changes to code or regulation would be needed to collect noncredit apportionment for supervised tutoring regardless of student skill level.
This resolution is old. 2017 - 18: The co-chair will consider whether this resolution is still relevant.