Support for Perkins Funding

Fall
2002
Resolution Number
21.02
 
Contact
Shaaron Vogel
Assigned to
Unassigned
Category
Career Technical Education
Status
Completed
Summary
Work with the Board of Governors and Chancellor's Office to ensure that Perkins funding for community college vocational programs be continued; undertake advocacy with California congressional representatives and collaborate with congressional representatives from other states whose community college programs rely on this funding to ensure the continuance of the Perkins funding for community college vocational programs.
Status Report

VTEA funding has been approved by the federal government.

Whereas, Community college occupational education programs rely heavily on Perkins funding; and

Whereas, The continuance of this funding is currently being threatened;

Resolved, That the Academic Senate work with the Board of Governors and Chancellor's Office to ensure that Perkins funding for community college vocational programs be continued; and

Resolved, That the Academic Senate urge the Board of Governors to undertake advocacy with California congressional representatives and collaborate with congressional representatives from other states whose community college programs rely on this funding to ensure the continuance of the Perkins funding for community college vocational programs.
MSC Disposition:Board of Governors, Chancellor's Office, Local Senates