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					STATE OF CALIFORNIA

CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
CHANCELLOR’S OFFICE
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SACRAMENTO, CA 95814-6511
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         M E M O R A N D U M



         DATE:              March 3, 2010

         TO:                Consultation Council


         FROM:              Christopher L. Cabaldon
                            Vice Chancellor
                            Policy, Planning and External Affairs

         SUBJECT:           Positions on New Legislation


         Attached to this memorandum is a list of current legislation proposed for analysis and review by the members of
         the Consultation Council. At the time of this mailout, there are no completed analyses which can be forwarded
         to council members. Therefore, it is the intention of governmental relations staff to walk in as many completed
         analyses from this list as possible for the April 19th meeting. We apologize for the inconvenience.
                                          Summary Status Report
                                                    March 3, 2010

                 Postsecondary education: Compton Community College: Ralph Dills Vocational (Introduced: 01/04/2001)
Washington       and Technology Building
                 Field Name                            Position:
  AB 76

                 Fiscal:               Y               Staff:            Todd
                 Status:               04/17/2001      1:30 p.m. - Room 437 ASSEMBLY HIGHER EDUCATION
                 This bill would appropriate $3,000,000 from the General Fund to the board of governors for allocation
                 to Compton Community College to satisfy all outstanding claims for goods and services associated
                 with the design, drafting, and construction of the Ralph Dills Vocational and Technology Building
                 located on the campus of Compton Community College.


                 Postsecondary education: Orange County Demonstration Project to Address the  (Introduced: 02/16/2001)
                 Nursing Shortage
                 Field Name                            Position:
                 Fiscal:               Y               Staff:            Shuchter
AB 338
Correa




                 Status:               04/17/2001      1:30 p.m. - Room 437 ASSEMBLY HIGHER EDUCATION
                 This bill would create a demonstration project to address the nursing shortage in Orange County as a
                 public/private partnership. The bill would allocate state funds to Santa Ana College, Saddleback
                 College, and California State University, Fullerton for purposes of the project and would specify the
                 purposes for which the funds may be spent. The bill would require those funds to be equally matched
                 by participating hospitals within Orange County and would prohibit the state funds from being
                 expended until the matching funds have been received by the educational institution. This bill
                 contains other related provisions.

                 Community college facilities: building standards.                              (Amended: 03/27/2001)
Runner
AB 484




                 Field Name                                Position:
                 Fiscal:               Y                   Staff:
                 Status:               04/17/2001          ASM Higher Education
                 This bill would authorize certain school buildings designed for community college purposes to be built
                 either according to those provisions or according to the California Building Standards Code.


                 Credit cards: student credit cards: credit card marketing practices.           (Introduced: 02/21/2001)
AB 521
Koretz




                 Field Name                                  Position:
                 Fiscal:                 Y                   Staff:
                 Status:                 04/16/2001          ASM BANKING AND FINANCE
                 This bill would request the regents and the governing body of each accredited private or independent
                 college or university in the state, and require the trustees and the board of governors, to adopt
                 policies to regulate the marketing practices used on campuses by credit card companies.

                 Public post-secondary education: residency.                                    (Introduced: 02/21/2001)
                 Field Name                               Position:
                 Fiscal:                 Y                Staff:
Firebaugh




                 Status:                 04/17/2001       ASM HIGHER EDUCATION
 AB 540




                 This bill would require that a person, including an alien precluded from establishing California
                 residency because of federal law, who has attended high school in California for 3 or more years,
                 who has graduated from a California high school, and who continues his or her education at a
                 California institution of higher education within one year of high school graduation or on or before
                 January 1, 2002, be exempted, under specified circumstances, from paying nonresident tuition at the
                 California Community Colleges and the California State University.

                 This bill would also deem those students to meet any and all residemce requirements for the Cal
                 Grant Program and the Assumption of Loans for Education Program.




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                     Public education finance: community college funding                        (Introduced: 02/22/2001)
Pacheco, Rbt.        Field Name
                     Fiscal:                Y
                                                             Position:
                                                             Staff:            Todd
                     Status:                04/17/2001       1:30 p.m. - Room 437 ASSEMBLY HIGHER EDUCATION
   AB 633

                     This bill would, commencing with the 2002-03 fiscal year, and each fiscal year thereafter, require
                     that, out of the amount set aside for support of school districts and community college districts, a
                     minimum amount of state funding be appropriated for the support of the community college districts
                     each fiscal year. The bill would establish the method of calculating this amount. This bill contains
                     other existing laws.




                     Community colleges: health insurance and paid office hours for part-time faculty (Introduced: 02/22/2001)
AB 726
Correa




                     Field Name                             Position:
                     Fiscal:               Y                Staff:              Todd
                     Status:               04/17/2001       1:30 p.m. - Room 437 ASSEMBLY HIGHER EDUCATION
                     This bill would appropriate an unspecified sum from the General Fund to the Board of Governors of
                     the California Community Colleges for allocation for the 2001-02 fiscal year for the purposes of these
                     programs. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                     Life Long Learning Credit Program                                                (Introduced: 02/22/2001)
                     Field Name                               Position:
                     Fiscal:                Y                 Staff:            Todd
                     Status:                02/25/2001        From printer. May be heard in committee March 27.
Nakano
AB 755




                     This bill would state the legislative intent to create the Life Long Learning Credit Program to provide
                     pupils in public schools with an opportunity to receive an education at either a community college or
                     private technical school. The bill would provide that the purpose of the program shall be to empower
                     pupils who do not plan to attend college immediately upon graduation from high school by providing
                     them with the opportunity to work in an industry sector that has a high need for trained workers. The
                     bill would state the legislative intent that pupils who participate in the program be provided financial
                     incentives to complete their technical training at either a community college or private technical
                     school and, upon completion of that training, to enroll in, and complete a minimum of, 2 classes each
                     year to complete a undergraduate degree within a maximum of 10 years.

                     Community college students: book grants.                                       (Introduced: 02/22/2001)
Negrete McLeod




                     Field Name                              Position:
                     Fiscal:                                 Staff:            Todd
                     Status:
                     This bill would express the intent of the Legislature to enact an act to expand programs that offer
    AB 888




                     certain community college students an opportunity to receive book grants.




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               Community colleges: faculty                                           (Introduced: 02/23/2001)
Goldberg       Field Name                          Position:
 AB 907
               Fiscal:               Y             Staff:            Todd
               Status:               04/17/2001    1:30 p.m. - Room 437 ASSEMBLY HIGHER EDUCATION
               This bill would require part-time faculty at the community colleges to receive pay, benefits,
               professional development, and employment opportunities comparable to that received by full-time
               instructors, thereby imposing a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related
               provisions and other existing laws.

               Compton Community College District: demonstration project                       (Introduced: 02/23/2001)
               Field Name                               Position:
               Fiscal:                 Y                Staff:            Shuchter
               Status:                 04/17/2001       1:30 p.m. - Room 437 ASSEMBLY HIGHER EDUCATION
               This bill would require the Compton Community College District to undertake a demonstration project
Oropeza
AB 1059




               at Compton Community College to build individual self-efficacy and provide employers with a quality
               workforce through provision of assessment, supportive services, job training, employability skills, and
               job placement services to residents of the district. The bill would require the district to establish a
               Regional Center for Workforce Training and Development at Compton Community College, and
               would appropriate $1,000,000 for that purpose. The bill would require the district to furnish to the
               chancellor any statistical data or other information necessary to evaluate the project, both as to its
               cost and its effectiveness. These requirements would impose a state-mandated local program. The
               funds appropriated by this bill would be applied toward the minimum funding requirements for school
               districts and community college districts imposed by Section 8 of Article XVI of the California
               Constitution. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

               Public colleges and universities: student faculty and staff housing facilities  (Introduced: 02/23/2001)
AB 1063




               Field Name                                 Position:
Aroner




               Fiscal:                Y                   Staff:              Todd
               Status:                04/17/2001          1:30 p.m. - Room 437 ASSEMBLY HIGHER EDUCATION
               This bill would authorize the board to finance the acquisition of sites and the construction, renovation,
               and equipping of student, faculty, and staff housing facilities on those sites for those public colleges
               and universities, and to lease or lease-purchase any of these facilities back to the respective entity.


               Child care: foster family homes: child care reimbursement                  (Introduced: 02/23/2001)
               Field Name                                Position:
AB 1105
Simitian




               Fiscal:                 Y                 Staff:          Shuchter
               Status:                 03/15/2001        ASM HUMAN SERVICES Referred to Com. on HUM. S.
               This bill would require the Department of Social Services, with the advice, assistance, and
               cooperation of the counties and foster care providers, to develop, implement, and maintain a system
               to provide child care assistance under specified circumstances for foster children in the care of a
               licensed family home or relative caregivers receiving payments under the AFDC-FC program. This
               bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

               An Act relating to nursing.                                                    (Introduced:02/23/2001)
Thomson
AB 1140




               Field Name                              Position:
               Fiscal:                 N               Staff:
               Status:                 02/26/2001      Read first time.
               This bill would declare the intent of the Legislature to address the shortage of registered nurses
               practicing in this state.




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                Child care and development services                                         (Introduced: 02/23/2001)
AB 1146
 Chan           Field Name                            Position:
                Fiscal:               N               Staff:             Shuchter
                Status:               02/26/2001      Read first time.
                Existing law, the Child Care and Development Services Act, sets forth as its purpose the provision of
                a comprehensive, coordinated, and cost-effective system of child care and development services for
                children up to age 14 and their parents. This bill will specify that the purpose of the system is to
                provide high-quality services. Spot bill for Governor’s Early Childhood Ed.

                Income taxes: credit: higher education                                         (Introduced: 02/23/2001)
                Field Name                            Position:
                Fiscal:                 Y             Staff:            Todd
AB 1174
Alquist




                Status:                 03/15/2001    ASM REVENUE AND TAXATION Referred to Com. on REV. &
                                                      TAX.
                The Personal Income Tax Law authorizes various credits against the taxes imposed by that law. This
                bill would allow a credit in an amount equal to the cost paid or incurred by a qualified taxpayer for
                tuition, fees, and related expenses at a qualifying educational institution on behalf of any child of the
                taxpayer. The total credit amount would be limited to $1500 per taxpayer, and any excess credit
                amount would be refundable upon appropriation by the Legislature. This bill contains other related
                provisions.

                Community colleges: full-time tenured positions                             (Introduced: 02/23/2001)
                Field Name                               Position:
AB 1245




                Fiscal:               Y                  Staff:            Todd
Alquist




                Status:               04/17/2001         1:30 p.m. - Room 437 ASSEMBLY HIGHER EDUCATION
                This bill would provide that any person employed as a temporary employee, and any part-time faculty
                member whose teaching assignment exceeds 20% of the equivalent of a minimum full-time teaching
                assignment, and who has received satisfactory job performance reviews, shall have the right to earn
                and retain annual reappointment rights, as negotiated, based on the order of employment date,
                subject to specified prior rights of regular and contract employees.


                Community colleges: common course numbering and titling system .               (Amended: 04/05/2001)
AB 1603




                Field Name                             Position:
Alquist




                Fiscal:                Y               Staff:
                Status:                04/05/2001      ASM HIGHER EDUCATION
                This bill would require the board of governors to develop and maintain a common course numbering
                and titling system for use by community college districts no later than July 1, 2002. The bill would
                require all community college districts to implement this system, thereby imposing a state-mandated
                local program.

                California Postsecondary Education Commission: strategic action plan for       (Introduced: 02/13/2001)
                language development teaching and learning
McPherson




                Field Name                             Position:
                Fiscal:                Y               Staff:             Shuchter
 SB 216




                Status:                04/04/2001      9:30 a.m. - California Room 4203 SENATE EDUCATION
                This bill would appropriate $140,000 from the General Fund to the California Post-Secondary
                Education Commission for expenditure, without regard to fiscal years. The sum would be available
                for the purpose of preparing a long-term, self-sustaining strategic action plan for language
                development, teaching, and learning. The bill would authorize the commission to enter into a contract
                to carry out any function required by the bill and, if the commission does so, would prohibit
                encumbrance of the funds appropriated unless and until the executive director of the commission
                awards a contract that has been competitively bid. This bill contains other related provisions.




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                   Community colleges: classified staff representatives                               (Introduced: 02/14/2001)
Vasconcellos       Field Name
                   Fiscal:                Y
                                                            Position:
                                                            Staff:              Cabaldon
  SB 235

                   Status:                04/25/2001        8 a.m. - California Room 4203 If necessary return at 6 p.m. - Room
                                                            3191 (Please note time and room change) SENATE EDUCATION
                   This bill would require that, notwithstanding any other provision of law, when a faculty or classified
                   staff representative is to serve on a college or district task force, committee, or other governance
                   group, the selection of that faculty or classified staff representative be made by the exclusive
                   representative of the faculty or classified employees of that college or district. The bill would require
                   the board of governors to determine a process for the selection of a faculty or classified staff
                   representative in a situation where no exclusive representative exists.

                   Apprenticeship education                                                     (Introduced: 02/16/2001)
                   Field Name                             Position:
                   Fiscal:               Y                Staff:              Shuchter
Alarcon




                   Status:               04/18/2001       8 a.m. - California Room 4203 SENATE EDUCATION
SB 287




                   Existing law requires the Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Chancellor of the California
                   Community Colleges, in consultation with the Division of Apprenticeship Standards, to annually
                   review the amount of state funding necessary to reimbursement for apprenticeship programs. If the
                   amount appropriated for this purpose is in excess of the amounts needed for full reimbursement,
                   existing law provides for the allocation of the excess to school and community college districts to be
                   used for the purpose of the state general apportionment from Sections A and B of the State School
                   Fund. This bill would instead require the excess amounts to be allocated for related purposes in a
                   specified priority.

                   Nursing education                                                             (Introduced: 02/20/2001)
                   Field Name                              Position:
SB 317
 Ortiz




                   Fiscal:               Y                 Staff:           Shuchter
                   Status:               03/01/2001        SEN RULES To Com. on RLS.
                   This bill would express the intent of the Legislature to address the nurse shortage being experienced
                   in California and the methods of improvement regarding the academic qualifications, the level of
                   diversity, and the access for education of registered nurses, by creating the Expansion Nursing
                   Education Program.

                   Community colleges: Full-Time Excess Costs Rebate Fund                          (Introduced: 02/21/2001)
Karnette




                   Field Name                             Position:
 SB 393




                   Fiscal:                Y               Staff:              Todd
                   Status:                04/18/2001      Senate Education Committee
                   This bill would appropriate $10,000,000 from the General Fund to the Full-Time Excess Costs
                   Rebate Fund for allocation to qualifying districts in the 2001-02 fiscal year. The funds appropriated by
                   this bill would be applied toward the minimum funding requirements for school districts and
                   community college districts imposed by Section 8 of Article XVI of the California Constitution.

                   Post-secondary education: allied health care initiative                     (Ammended: 03/29/2001)
Monteith




                   Field Name                                Position:
 SB 436




                   Fiscal:                Y                  Staff:            Shuchter
                   Status:                04/25/2001         Senate Education Committee
                   This bill would appropriate $4,769,000 from the General Fund to the Chancellor of the California
                   Community Colleges and the Chancellor of the California State University for allocation, as specified,
                   for an allied health care initiative.




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                 Public postsecondary education: nursing programs                            (Introduced: 02/22/2001)
                 Field Name                              Position:
SB 457
                 Fiscal:                Y                Staff:           Shuchter
 Scott
                 Status:                03/12/2001       SEN EDUCATION To Com. on ED.
                 This bill would require the Chancellor of the California Community Colleges and the Chancellor of the
                 California State University to standardize all nursing program prerequisites on a statewide basis
                 between the 2 systems, enter into transfer agreements between all of the universities of the
                 California State University and all community colleges statewide, and create and implement a
                 statewide nursing program vacancy information system.

                 Community College Transfer Academies                                              (Introduced: 02/22/2001)
                 Field Name                              Position:
                 Fiscal:                 Y               Staff:              Shuchter
SB 489
Alpert




                 Status:                 04/25/2001      8 a.m. - California Room 4203 If necessary return at 6 p.m. - Room
                                                         3191 (Please note time and room change) SENATE EDUCATION
                 This bill would enact the Pilot Program to Establish Community College Transfer Academies. The bill
                 would require the Chancellor of the California Community Colleges to select no more than 30
                 community colleges to participate in the pilot program, the purpose of which would be to provide
                 specified services to all enrolled students who indicate a desire to transfer to a 4-year college. This
                 bill contains other related provisions.

                 California State University and community college facilities: joint-use facilities. (Introduced: 02/22/2001)
SB 611
Speier




                 Field Name                              Position:
                 Fiscal:                Y                Staff:
                 Status:                04/18/2001       Senate Education Committee
                 This bill would authorize the Trustees of the California State University to participate in joint-use
                 projects with the California Community Colleges that conform to established standards and provide
                 for innovative educational programs.

                 Nursing education                                                              (Introduced: 02/23/2001)
                 Field Name                              Position:
Poochigian




                 Fiscal:                Y                Staff:              Shuchter
  SB 664




                 Status:                04/18/2001       8 a.m. - California Room 4203 SENATE EDUCATION
                 Existing law requires the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges to appoint a chief
                 executive officer, to be known as the. This bill would require the Chancellor of the California
                 Community Colleges to facilitate the education and development of new qualified registered nurses.
                 The bill would require that funds appropriated for purposes of the bill be expended for programs such
                 as, but not limited to, those that financially assist students in pursuing associate degrees in nursing
                 and those that financially assist persons in transitioning from the designation of licensed vocational
                 nurse to registered nurse. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                 Adult education                                                             (Introduced: 02/23/2001)
Polanco




                 Field Name                            Position:
SB 864




                 Fiscal:              Y                Staff:              Shuchter
                 Status:              04/18/2001       8 a.m. - California Room 4203 SENATE EDUCATION
                 This bill would establish the Employment and Training Opportunities Program for Low-Educated
                 Workers, defined as workers age 19 or older without a high school diploma or equivalent certification,
                 to be administered by the California Workforce Investment Board to assist low-educated workers in
                 earning a high school diploma or its equivalent, as specified.




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                Public postsecondary education: Los Angeles County College of Nursing and       (Introduced: 02/23/2001)
Polanco         Allied Health
SB 885
                Field Name                                Position:
                Fiscal:                 Y                 Staff:              Shuchter
                Status:                 04/18/2001        8 a.m. - California Room 4203 SENATE EDUCATION
                This bill would require the California Community Colleges to allocate state general apportionment
                revenues to the Los Angeles County College of Nursing and Allied Health as if it were a community
                college district. This bill contains other related provisions.

                Postsecondary education: Community College Leadership Institute                (Introduced: 02/23/2001)
                Field Name                            Position:
                Fiscal:               Y               Staff:              Shuchter
                Status:               04/18/2001      8 a.m. - California Room 4203 SENATE EDUCATION
                This bill would require the Chancellor of the California Community Colleges to contract with an
SB 894
 Scott




                institution of higher education that meets designated criteria to operate an institute to provide
                education and training for community college faculty, trustees, and administrators for leadership roles
                in the California Community Colleges. The bill would authorize the institute to operate fellows
                programs. Under the bill, fellowship recipients would be required to serve as faculty members or
                administrators in the California Community Colleges for at least 5 years after leaving the doctoral
                program. The bill would require a doctoral fellow who fails to complete the required service to repay
                to the state a proportionate share of the support received. The bill would provide that if the doctoral
                fellow does not voluntarily repay those funds, the amount owing may be offset against any amount
                that is owed to that person by any state agency. This bill contains other related provisions.

                Education finance.                                                          (Introduced: 02/23/2001)
McPherson




                Field Name                            Position:
                Fiscal:              Y                Staff:
 SB 913




                Status:              04/25/2001       Senate Education Committee
                Requires with the beginning of the 2001-2002 fiscal year, a percentage of Proposition 98 funds to be
                distributed based on a split of 89.70% to school districts and 10.30% to community college districts.
                Each subsequent year over a five- year period the total incremental percent change would reach a
                maximum of 89.40% for school districts and 10.60% for community colleges.



                Early care and education                                                      (Introduced: 02/23/2001)
                Field Name                              Position:
                Fiscal:                Y                Staff:             Shuchter
                Status:                04/18/2001       1:30 p.m. - California Room 4203 SENATE HEALTH AND
Figueroa




                                                        HUMAN SERVICES
 SB 993




                Existing law, the Child Care and Development Services Act sets forth as its purpose the provision of
                a comprehensive, coordinated, and cost-effective system of child care and development services for
                children up to 14 years of age and their parents. This bill would rename that act the Early Care and
                Education Act, would establish certain maximum reimbursement rates, including, but not limited to,
                cost-of-living adjustments, and would appropriate $257,000,000 to provide $105,000,000 for the
                purposes of expansion of contracted centers to serve additional children for allocation pursuant to a
                prescribed schedule, and $152,000,000 for the purposes of an additional one-time cost-of-living
                adjustment of 25%, which the bill would require to be made on January 1, 2002, to ameliorate the
                effects of reduced cost-of-living adjustments provided during the previous 20-year period.




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              Community colleges: transfer program.                                           (Introduced: 03/19/2001)
              Field Name                              Position:
SB 1216
Romero        Fiscal:                                 Staff:
              Status:                 04/05/2001
              This bill would require the Chancellor of the California Community Colleges to administer a 3-year
              competitive grant program to provide grants to an unspecified number of community college districts
              that agree to increase the number of their students who are prepared to transfer to 4-year colleges or
              universities. The bill would require the funds to be spent on hiring additional community college
              counselors to focus primarily on supporting students in transferring to 4-year colleges.

                                                                                            (Introduced:)
              Field Name                            Position:
              Fiscal:                               Staff:
              Status:




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