Equity Resource Guide
Join or go to the Student Equity Strategies (SES) Committee, which advises the Academic Senate on effective strategies for achieving student equity and fosters college-wide dialog on the achievement gap and progress of under-represented students.
Go to the SES web site to check out current membership and meeting dates and times.
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The Election and Beyond:
The U.S. just completed a highly charged election that left a lot of people feeling confused and vulnerable. The caustic rhetoric throughout the campaigns caused many to wonder about our ability to engage in civil, fact-based conversations and to authentically listen to what others have to say.
This guide was created by CCSF Library and the CCSF community. It is intended to support the College vision statement by providing an inclusive forum for information and resources that support student success and help the community move forward post-election.
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The mission of the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) is to advance the vitality and public standing of liberal education by making quality and equity the foundations for excellence in undergraduate education in service to democracy.
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3CSN: Northern California Learning Network
The Northern California Learning Network (NCLN) is one of seven regional networks established by the California Community Colleges’ Success Network (3CSN). With 3CSN’s infrastructure and support, each region’s coordinator facilitates professional development events centered on effective practices for promoting student success across disciplines, programs, and campuses.
Professional Learning Network
The Professional Learning Network is a one-stop site for effective practices, trainings, and other resources for California Community Colleges faculty, staff, administrators, and trustees. The purpose of the Professional Learning Network, which was launched in April 2016, is to provide information and resources to college personnel on improving operations and student success. The Professional Learning Network is funded by the CCC Chancellor’s Office as part of the Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative.
American Council on Education
ACUE (the Association of College and University Educators) is a new company founded in 2014 by leaders in higher education to advance effective instruction, support college educators, and promote student success. ACUE partners with colleges and universities to implement scalable, research-based faculty development programs leading to a Certificate in Effective College Instruction.
One of the best-known and most respected online professional training websites is free to CCSF instructors. It is also available to California Community Colleges professionals at no cost through the PLN website.
Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative.
Center for Urban Education
CUE (The Center for Urban Education) is the creator of the Equity Scorecard Process, which is an action research process that includes theories of change, tools, framework and sustainability practices that allow campuses to address equity gaps and embed practices for sustained change. Various aspects of Equity Scorecard Process are used with campus collaborations across the United States.
Career Ladders Project
The Career Ladders Project (CLP) aims to improve educational and career outcomes for Californians. We foster these opportunities through research, policy reforms and strategic assistance to community colleges—and their K16 education, workforce and community partners.
Recently, CLP created the California Counseling Network (CACN), a professional forum for collaboration and innovation among counselors and student support colleagues serving students in secondary and postsecondary pathways.
If you are interested in becoming a member of CaCN please fill out this short survey.
California Community Colleges - Online Education Initiative
The California Virtual Campus – Online Education Initiative (CVC-OEI) is a collaborative effort among California Community Colleges (CCCs) to ensure that significantly more students are able to complete their educational goals by increasing both access to and success in high-quality online courses.
The CVC-OEI is sponsored by the Foothill-De Anza Community College District as the recipient of a $56.9 million five-year grant disbursed by the California Community College Chancellor’s Office (CCCCO). Composed of high-quality online courses, resources for students, and technology, the CVC-OEI represents a comprehensive and collaborative program that leverages effective practices and technology to significantly increase the opportunity for higher education degree attainment in California.
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Vision Resource Center
The Vision Resource Center is a platform for connection and collaboration designed by and for the California Community Colleges. Faculty, staff, and trustees can access professional development and collaboration resources to help achieve the goals and commitments outlined in the Vision for Success.
Our team is always developing new learning content to help colleges work toward the Vision goals. Coming later in the spring look for content related to Equal Employment Opportunity, Developmental Education Reforms, CCAP Dual Enrollment, and of course ongoing content to support your college's Guided Pathways implementation.