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Decisions regarding program improvement and viability

Approved Dec. 5, 2012

(Needs revision to reflect process used for Measure G termination; identify Board Policy re PIV; incorporate analysis of learning outcomes; identify role of PRIE)

 

Overall Principles of PIV

  • Cañada’s mission and college goals are guides
  • IPC articulates a vision for Cañada College (long-range) to guide where we are headed with instructional programs
  • SSPC articulates a vision for Cañada College (long-range) to guide where we are headed with student services programs
  • For programs with faculty, the Academic Senate and Administration work closely together on the process
  • A careful review of section scheduling and section reductions is used

 

Instructional Program PIV

Tools

  • Faculty and Deans’ knowledge of academic programs and schedules
  • Course Overview Matrix maps every course at the college. It allows us to look at factors in our mission and goals.
  • Identify every course offered and look at factors such as transferability; CSU/UC articulations; IGETC; Cañada AA/AS, Cañada AA-T/AS-T, and certificate; basic skills; ESL
  • Look at percentages, section size, trends

Process

  1. Deans work with faculty to look at section reduction, scheduling, program needs, etc.
  2. IPC will review PIV and instruction plan
  3. Conduct a PBC meeting and invite feedback from: Academic Senate President, IPC co-chairs, Curriculum chair, AFT President

 

Student Services Program PIV

Tools

  • Faculty, staff and administrators knowledge of student services programs
  • Data on use of the student services programs, to include such factors as: number of students served, trends, student success

Process

  1. SSPC will review PIV and student services plan
  2. Conduct a PBC meeting and invite feedback from: SSPC co-chairs, AFT or CSEA President (as appropriate)