Guidance for colleges using correspondence as a method of instructional delivery during COVID-19.
This memorandum provides information regarding available funds for colleges teaching students that are currently incarcerated in state prisons. A total of $3 million is available to colleges to provide textbooks or digital course content to students under the jurisdiction of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) who are enrolled in one or more California community college course.
The Chancellor’s Office Advisory Committee for Currently and Formerly Incarcerated Students suggests that colleges focus on specific ADTs and the Golden Four to better serve incarcerated students.
This legal advisory provides a survey of applicable laws and suggests an approach to employment decisions that will help community colleges comply with their legal obligations.
This letter addresses residency for California residents who were moved out of state during incarceration but promptly returned to California after release.
The Chancellor for the California Community Colleges issued policy guidance intended to expand hiring for qualified students, faculty and staff with criminal records. The policy guidance accompanies the legal advisory issued on December 31, 2018.