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Public Hearing on Access and Equity in the California Community College System

In an effort to help educate the larger community and expand on the impact the proposed title 5 policy changes will have on historically under-represented and academically underprepared students, the Los Amigos of Orange County would like to invite you and your leadership team to attend a special Public Hearing called “Access and Equity in […]

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Data Coaching/Program Evaluation Workshop on May 24 at LACC

Darla Cooper and KC Greaney of the RP Group came to the LA Region to provide information on effective ways to gather and use data in program evaluation.  There were 38 faculty, staff, and administrators from 14 colleges in the region who attended.  Power point presentations and handouts from the workshop can be found on […]

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NSF comes to LACC to describe programs and projects

On Friday, February 26, Dr. Eun-Woo Chang of the National Science Foundation (NSF) came to Los Angeles to  offer support to community colleges as they write grant proposals for submission to the NSF.  Dr. Chang explained the various kinds of programs supported by the NSF and provided exercises to guide the more than 70 faculty […]

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National Science Foundation comes to LA Region February 26

Dr. Eun Woo Chang will visit the LA Region on February 26 to share information on the various grant funding opportunities available through the NSF.  Click here for the flyer with all the details, including a registration link.

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Math FIG ready to implement changes

The LACCD developmental mathematics faculty inquiry group (FIG) has been collaborating for about a year to identify areas in math learning where students seem to have difficulty.  Pairs of math professors from five of the LACCD colleges and one member from Santa Ana College have been working with their respective departments to identify problems and develop […]

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FTLA 2010 kicks off in January

The 2010 FTLA began on January 19 and just completed six intensive full day sessions.  To check out the FTLA activities, click here.

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Program Outcomes Workshop at Pierce College

On October 16, 2009, Arend Flick of the Riverside Community College District (Norco campus) came to Pierce College to facilitate a day-long discussion focused on identifying and assessing program level learning outcomes.  More than 100 faculty, administrators, and staff from across the LACCD came together first in constituent groups (student services, CTE faculty, administrators, Social […]

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Update from the BSILI

Howdy– Documents we have created at the BSILI are now posted on the BSILI page in this site.  You can leave comments on the documents and make suggestions for improvements. It has been intense but oh so rewarding to participate in this awwesome gathering.  This group really is outstanding.

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Want to know what's happening with regard to budget information?

In an effort to keep everyone updated on news from Sacramento, Scott Lay of the Community College League of California is posting the latest on Twitter.  You can follow ccleague on Twitter. It’s easy:  sign up for a Twitter account by going to Twitter.com.  Follow the directions on screen then sign up to follow ccleague.  […]

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Information about the Strengthening Student Success Conference in October…

Many at the Regional BSI Workshop held at LA Mission College on May 7 and 8 were interested in information on how to register for the Strengthening Student Success Conference that will be held October 7-9 in San Francisco.  Here is the link to conference information: http://www.rpgroup.org/events/sss09.html.  Don’t wait too long; this excellent conference always fills […]

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