Good, Bad, or Indifferent: The New Directions of the California Community Colleges
We are proud to announce the panel for the Policy Forum which includes representatives from faculty, students, colleges, and the Capitol.
- Dean Murakami, President, Faculty Association of California Community Colleges
- Jeanice Warden, Principal Consultant, Assembly Higher Education Committee
- Lizette Navarette, Legislative Advocate, Community College League of California
- Omar Paz, Jr., President, Student Senate for California Community Colleges
- Adam Wetsman, FACCC Policy Committee Chair (moderator)
The panel will discuss recent policy directions for the California Community Colleges, with topics including student success, four-year baccalaureate degrees, non-credit alignment with K-12 and the Governor’s spending priorities for community colleges. In the course of analyzing the issues, each of the representatives will have the opportunity to share their thoughts on whether these trends are good, bad, or indifferent for the community colleges.
The Policy Forum will be in the East Dining Room located above the college bookstore.
Parking is FREE in Lot C. Please don’t park in the reserved red parking spaces
Who should attend?
The forum is geared to a faculty audience. Those in a position of local or statewide leadership are especially encouraged to attend.
A complimentary lunch will be provided to faculty who register in advance.