CSU California Academic Partnership Program

Education Code

Chapter 11. California Academic Partnership Program

11000.

Establishment of program; purpose; project distribution.

11001.

Advisory committee; membership; appointment.

11002.

Advisory committee; recommendations; criteria, option, and policy development.

11003.

Application for project grants by school districts and postsecondary educational institutions; criteria for funding recommendations; grant priorities; voluntary cooperative program for academic assesment.

11004.

Program progress and evaluation reports to legislature; contents.

11005.

Identification of projects for termination; reallocation of funds.

11006.

Rules and regulations.

11007.

Operative date of chapter.

 

 

Chapter 11 was added by Stats. 1983, c. 498, %8, eff. July 28, 1983, opererative July 1, 1984.

Articles 1 and 2 of former Chapter 11 were repealed by Stats. 1981, c. 471, %% 15, 16, and the heading of former Chapter 11 was repealed by Stats. 1986, c. 248, % 25.

 

% 11000

Establishment of program; purpose distribution.

 

There is hereby established the California Academic Partnership Program, to be administered by the Trustees of the California State University, in cooperation with the Regents of the University of California, the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges, and the Superintendent of Public Instruction. The purpose of the program shall be to develop cooperative efforts to improve the academic quality of public secondary schools with the objective of improving the preparation of all students for college. Projects funded under the provisions of this chapter may address improvements in secondary school curriculum and the ability of students to benefit from these improvements. Academic partnership projects shall be distributed throughout the state in order to provide *** schools located in rural, urban, and suburban areas with access to these services.

(Added by Stats, 1983, c. 498, %8, eff. July 28, 1983, operative July 1, 1984. Amended by Stats. 1984, c. 620, %1, eff. Aug. 15, 1984.)

 

Historical and Statutory Notes

Library References

1981 Legislation.

Schools 148 (1).

Former % 11000 was repealed by stats. 1981, c. 471. P. 1804, %15

C.J.S. Schools and School Districts %% 445,446.

 

%11001. Advisory committee; membership; appointment.

 

The Chancellor of the California State University shall establish an advisory committee to assist in selecting proposals to be funded and developing criteria for project evaluation. The committee shall be composed of the following members:

  1. Two certified secondary schools teachers, including at least one junior high or intermediate school, appointed by the Superintendent of Public Instruction.
  2. Two certified secondary school employees with responsibility for curriculum administration, appointed by the Superintendent of Public Instruction.
  3. One director of a regional consortium participating in the California Student Opportunity Access Program established pursuant to Chapter 113 of the Statutes of 1978, appointed by the Student Aid Commission.
  4. Two representatives of the California Community Colleges, to be appointed by the ***Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges, at least one of whom shall be a faculty member.
  5. Two representatives of the California State University to be appointed by the Chancellor of the California State University, at least one of whom shall be a faculty member.
  6. Two representatives of the University of California, appointed by the President of the University of California, at least one of whom shall be a faculty member.
  7. One representative, appointed by the Director of the California Postsecondary Education Commission.

 

 

Faculty appointments to the advisory committee shall be made by the appropriate appointing authority through consultation with the faculty senate.

(Added by Stats. 1983, c 498, % 8, eff. July 28, 1983. Amended by Stats. 1983, c. 1302, % 1, emergency, eff. Sept. 30, 1983; Stats. 1984, c. 620, % 2, eff. Aug. 15, 1984; Stats. 1990; Stats. 1990, c. 1372 (S.B. 1854), % 96.)

 

Historical and Statutory Notes

Statutory Notes under % 40

1981 Legislation.

Legislative findings in Stats. 1990, c. 1372 (S.B. 1854), regarding application of Education Code provisions to community colleges, and authority of community college districts under Const. Art 9, % 14, see Historical and

 

Library References

Schools 47.

C.J.S. Schools and School Districts %% 86

To 91.

 

 

% 11002. Advisory committee; recommendations; criteria, option, and policy development.

 

The Advisory committee shall make recommendations regarding all of the following

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  1. Development of criteria for awarding grants pursuant to Section 11003.
  2. Development of criteria for determining the priority ranking of schools selected to receive assistance under the California Academic Partnership Program.
  3. Development of criteria for identifying projects which are ineffective.
  4. Development of options identifying additional resources and efforts which promote the objective of the program.
  5. Development of a general policy for cooperative diagnostic testing of secondary students with assessment instruments commonly used by California postecondary educational institutions.

(Added by Stats. 1983, c. 498, % 8, eff. July 28, 1983, operative July 1, 1984. Amended by Stats. 1984, c. 620, % 3, eff. Aug. 15, 1984.)

Historical and Statutory Notes

1981 Legislation.

Former % 1102 was repealed by Stats.

1981, c. 471, p. 1804, % 15.

 

% 11003.

Application for project grants by schools districts and postsecondary educational institutions; criteria for funding recommedations; grant priorities; voluntary cooperative program for academic assessment.

(a) A school district together with a postsecondary educational institution or a consortium of postsecondary educational instituions may submit a joint application to the Chancellor of the California State University for a grant to fund a project intended to improve student performance in secondary schools. The advisory committee shall give consideration to the following, in addition to its own criteria for the recommendation of programs for funding:

 

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  1. The inclusion of a comprehensive plan for curricular revision or enhancement and instructional change.
  2. The participation of postsecondary campus faculty working as equal partners with secondary school teachers in efforts to improve the academic quality of college preparatory instruction.
  3. The provision of activities and services designed to enhance the ability of students to benefit from college preparatory curricula.
  4. The provision of in-service training designed to increase college aspirations of students from groups with low participation rates in postsecondary institutions.
  5. The inclusion of procedures for the independent evaluation of the program budget.
  6. Plans for the participation of more than one secondary school.
  7. Plans for the inclusion of intermediate or junior high schools in the project.
  8. Plans for the continuation of the project after funding ceases.

(b) Upon receipt of an application submitted pursuant to subdivision (a), the Chancellor of the California State University may award a grant to the joint applicants for purposes of funding the proposed project. Each project which receives a grant pursuant to this subdivision shall provide*** matching funds from existing funds received from federal, state, local, or private sources or budget increases in those funds, with preference to projects which have the strongest demonstrated institutional commmitment. Priority shall be given to projects which serve either of the following:

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  1. Schools and school districts utilizing the provisions of Article 4 (commencing with Section 54700) of Chapter 9 of Part 29.
  2. Schools with low student participation in institutions of postsecondary education or with a concentration of students from groups which are underrepresented in postsecondary education, affording priority to these applicants in inverse order of their level of student participation in institutions of postsecondary education authorized to award baccalaureate degrees.

 

  1. The Chancellor of the California State University, with the assistance of the advisory committee established under Section 11001, and with the advice of faculty from appropriate disciplines, shall establish cooperative program for the academic assessment of ssecondary school students in the state. In developing this system, the chancellor shall take steps necessary to ensure that increased uses of assessment instruments assist in all of the following:

 

  1. Reducing the demand for remedial programs at the postsecondary level.
  2. Analyzing student readiness for college-level work.
  3. Identifying the academic needs of students for secondary school teachers and counselors.
  4. Encourage and give priority to schools identified in paragraph (2) of subdivision (b) of Section 11003 for the utilization of these instruments.

(Added by Stats. 1983, c. 498, % 8, eff. July 28, 1983, operative July 1, 1984. Amended by Stats. 1984, c. 620, % 4, eff. Aug. 15, 1984.)

 

Historical and Statutory Notes

1981 Legislation.

Former % 11003 was repealed by Stats. 1981,

c. 471, p. 1804, % 15

Library References

Schools 17.

C.J.S. Schools and School Districts % 18.

 

%11004.

 

Program progress and evaluation reports to legislature; contents.

 The California Postsecondary Education Commission shall provide a progress report on the California Academic Partnership Program to the Legislature on or before January 1, 1986 and a final evaluation report on or before January 1, 1988. The evaluation shall include, but need not be limited to, indicators of increases in the number of students enrolled in postsecondary educational institutions, indicators of students' improved preparation for baccalaureate work, reductions in dropout rates, and the assessment of the effectiveness of the program by participating school districts and postsecondary institutions, together with recommendations from the commission for the improvement of the program.

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(Added by Stats. 1983, c. 498, % 8 eff. July 28, 1983, operative July 1, 1984. Amended by Stats. 1984, c. 620, % 5, eff. Aug. 15, 1984.)

 

Historical and Statutory Notes

1981 Legislation.

Former %11004 was repealed by Stats.

1981, c. 471, p. 1804, % 15.

 

 

 

% 11005. Identification of projects for termination; reallocation of funds.

 

Based upon evaluation conducted pursuant to Section 11004, the California Postsecondary Education Commission may identify projects which are ineffective or not cost-effective for termination. Funds made available as a result of that termination shall be reallocated for the awarding of new grants pursuant to Section 11003.

(Added by Stats. 1983, c 498, % 8 eff. July 28, 1983, operative July 1, 1984. Amended by Stats. 1984, c. 620, % 5 eff. Aug. 15, 1984.)

Historical and Statutory Notes

Legislation

Former % 11005 was repealed by Stats. 1981

1981, c. 471, p. 1804, % 15

 

%11006. Rules and regulations.

The Trustees of the California State University shall adopt rules and regulations necessary for the effective implementation of this chapter.

(Added by Stats. 1983. C. 498, % 8, eff. July 28, 1983, operative July 1, 1984.)

Historical and Statutory Notes

1981 Legislation.

Former % 11006 was repealed by Stats.

1981, c. 471, p. 1804, % 15

 

% 11007. Operative date of chapter.

The provisions of this chapter shall become operative July 1, 1984.

(Added by Stats. 1983, c. 498, % 8 eff. July 28, 1983, operative July 1, 1984.)

 

Historical and Statutory Notes

1981 Legislation

Former % 11007 was repealed by Stats. 1981,

c. 471, p. 1804, % 15. 

Library References

Schools 10 C.J.S. Schools and School Districts % 12 et seq.

 

%% 11020 to 11023. Repealed by Stats. 1981, c. 471, p. 1804, % 16

Historical and Statutory Notes

Legislative intent of Stats. 1981, c. 471, see note under % 72233.

 

Additions or changes indicated by underline; deletions by asterisks ***.

 


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