Sunday, January 29, 2017

The future of accreditation in California is in transition. For a number of years, community college system partners, the Chancellor’s Office and the Federal entities have raised numerous concerns on how the Accreditation Commission for Junior and Technical Colleges conducts its operations. In response, California’s 113 colleges created working groups to craft proposals to reform the commission in both the short and long term. At the 2017 Legislative Conference, representatives from both of these working groups and the commission discussed plans of the commission and the working groups to help make the commission more responsive to its membership. Read more.