Curriculum Committee

The Curriculum Committee:

Given the diversity of disciplines and faculty and the varying degrees of shared governance currently operating in the system, practices utilized by curriculum committees throughout California’s community college system vary widely. Nevertheless, a clear consensus about the main function of the curriculum committee has emerged. The main function of the curriculum committee is that of primary responsibility for the development, review, renewal, and
recommendation of curriculum to be approved by the Board of Trustees.

(THE CURRICULUM COMMITTEE: ROLE, STRUCTURE, DUTIES, AND STANDARDS OF GOOD PRACTICE, ADOPTED FALL 1996, The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges)

Fall 2016 meeting dates 
Tuesdays from 3 - 5 p.m., held in the TLC in LLRC: 
Sept. 6, 13, 20, 27      
Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25         
Nov. 1, 8, 15, 29             
Dec. 6

Spring 2017 meeting dates
Tuesdays from 3 - 5 p.m., held in the TLC in LLRC:
Feb. 7 & 21
Mar. 7 & 21
April 4, 18, 25
May 2, 9, 16


DEFINING AND UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF THE ACADEMIC SENATE EDUCATION CODE:

Selected Passages Specifying the Roles of the Academic Senate and those curriculum procedures and policies which also are delegated to the curriculum committee.:

SECTION 70902 (b)(7) GOVERNING BOARDS; DELEGATION

The governing board of each district shall establish procedures to ensure faculty, staff, and students the opportunity to express their opinions at the campus level, and to ensure that these opinions are given every reasonable consideration, and the right of academic senates to assume primary responsibility for making recommendations in the areas of curriculum and academic standards.

Title 5: The policies and regulations of the Board of Governors, and their interpretations and strategies for implementation of Education Code, are published as part of the California Code of Regulations (at http://ccr.oal.ca.gov) or are available on the Academic Senate Website. These Title 5 regulations have the force of law, though they can be modified by action of the Board of Governors without legislative intervention. In addition, the Board of Governors enacts "Standing Rules" that instruct the Chancellor's Office on how to carry out its functions

Commonly known as the "Ten Plus One‚" (as articulated in Title 5 of the Administrative Code of California, Sections 53200) the following define "Academic and Professional matters."