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381.  Performance Indicators of California Higher Education, 2000, Report 01-03
In this document:   Performance Indicators of California Higher Education, 2000. PERFORMANCE INDICATORS OF CALIFORNIA HIGHER EDUCATION, 2000 CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION A P R I L 2 0 0 1 C O M M I S S I O N R E P O R T 0 1 -3Summary This is the seventh annual report on performance indicattor of California higher education prepared by Califorrni Postsecondary Education Commission pursuant to Assembly Bill 1808 (Hayden, Chapter 741 of the Statutes of 1991) Performance Indicators of Californni High

382.  Report on Part-Time Faculty Compensation in California Community Colleges, Report 01-01
In this document:   Report on Part-Time Faculty Compensation in California Community Colleges. REPORT ON PART-TIME FACULTY COMPENSATION IN CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION A P R I L 2 0 0 1 C O M M I S S I O N R E P O R T 0 1 -1Summary Responding to Assembly Bill 420 (Chapter 738, Statues of 1999) the California Postsecondary Education Commisssio conducted a comprehensive study of the public community college system’s part-time faculty employment, s

383.  Recommendations to Increase the Postsecondary Education Opportunities for Residents of Superior California, Report 02-13
In this document:   Recommendations to Increase the Postsecondary Education Opportunities for Residents of Superior California. RECOMMENDATIONS TO INCREASE THE POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES FOR RESIDENTS OF SUPERIOR CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION D E C E M B E R 2 0 0 2 C O M M I S S I O N R E P O R T 0 2 -1 3Summary The 2001-02 State Budget contained a provision requesting the Commission to conduct a study of the “higher education needs of Superior California. The primary impetus

384.  Executive Compensation in Public Higher Education, 2001-02 , Report 02-11
In this document:   Executive Compensation in Public Higher Education, 2001-02. EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION IN PUBLIC HIGHER EDUCATION, 2001-02 CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION J U L Y 2 0 0 2 C O M M I S S I O N R E P O R T 0 2 -1 1Summary This report responds to the Legislature’s directive that the Commission report annually on the compensation received by the executives at California’s public universities. For the 2001-02 academic year, we find that the average salary of presidents, superintendents,

385.  Otay Mesa Higher Education Center: An Off-Campus Facility of the Southwestern Community College District, Report 02-09
In this document:   The Otay Mesa Higher Education Center: An Off-Campus Facility of the Southwestern Community College District. The Otay Mesa Higher Education Center An Off-Campus Facility of the Southwestern Community College District CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION JUNE 2 0 0 2 COMMISSION REPORT 02-09 65 21 Imperial Beach Coronado 3 miles Southwestern CCD San Ysidro Chula Vista M e x i c o San Diego City College Southwestern College Cuyamaca

386.  Performance Indicators of California Higher Education, 2001, Report 02-07
In this document:   Performance Indicators of California Higher Education, 2001. Summary This is the eighth annual report on California higher education performance indicators prepared by Californni Postsecondary Education Commission pursuant to Assembly Bill 1808 (Hayden, Chapter 741 of the Statutte of 1991) Performance Indicators of California Higher Educatiion 2001 presents background on the development and recent revision of California’s performance indicators for higher education, describes the s

387.  Fiscal Profiles 2002, Body of Report, Report 03-08Report 03-08
In this document:   Fiscal Profiles 2002, Body of Report. 1 Introduction ISCAL PROFILES 2002 is the twelfth in a series of annual reports by the California Postsecondary Education Commission of statistical informatiio on the financing of the State’s public higher education institutions. It also includes selected financial and enrollment information on public elementary and secondary education, and on California’s independent higher education institutions. The 2002-03 budget for the State of California r

388.  Commission Review of a Proposal by the Riverside Community College District to Convert Moreno Valley Educational Center to a Full-Service Community College Campus, Report 04-01
In this document:   Commission Review of a Proposal by the Riverside Community College District to Convert Moreno Valley Educational Center to a Full-Service Community College Campus. Commission Review of a Proposal by Riverside Community College District to Convert the Moreno Valley Educational Center to a Full-Service Community College Campus CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION MA R C H 2 0 0 4 C O M M I S S I O N R E P O R T 0 4 -0 1Summary This report reviews the proposal by the Ri

389.  Planning and Coordinating the Development of California’s Campuses, Report 04-09
In this document:   Planning and Coordinating the Development of California’s Campuses: The Commission’s Role in the Review of New University Campuses, Community Colleges, and Educational Centers. Planning and Coordinating the Development of California Campuses The Commission’s Role in the Review of New University Campuses, Community Colleges, and Educational Centers CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION J U N E 2 0 0 4 C O M M I S S I O N R E P O R T 0 4 -0 9Summary State Law require

390.  Commission Review of New Academic Programs Proposed by the California Community Col-leges, the California State University and the University of California, Report 04-08
In this document:   Commission Review of New Academic Programs Proposed by the California Community Col-leges, the California State University and the University of California: Academic Year 2002 to May 2004. Commission Review of New Academic Programs Proposed by the Public Higher Education Systems, 2002 to 2004 CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION J U N E 2 0 0 4 C O M M I S S I O N R E P O R T 0 4 -0 8Summary California’s public welfare, economy, and labor markets are benefited greatly by the quality

391.  Moving the Goalposts: The Potential Effects of Changes in the University of California's Eligibility Requirements, Report 04-18
In this document:   Moving the Goalposts: The Potential Effects of Changes in the University of California's Eligibility Requirements. Page 1 The University of California is changing its eligibility requirements to bring the proportion of high school graduates eligible for admission closer to the figure recommended in the state’s Master Plan for Higher Education. The Commission examined three scenarios for tightening eligibility requirements and found that any changes are likely to have a disproportionate

392.  Title IX Athletics Compliance at California's Public High Schools, Community Colleges, and Universities, Report 04-04
In this document:   Title IX Athletics Compliance at California's Public High Schools, Community Colleges, and Universities. Title IX Athletics Compliance at California’s Public High Schools, Community Colleges, and Universities A Report Prepared for the California Postsecondary Education Commission and the California Department of Education by RMC Research Corporation Dr. Margaret Beam Dr. Bonnie Faddis Dr. Pat Ruzicka CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY P.O. Box 944272

393.  Keeping College Affordable in California: Recommended Policy Options and a Panel Report on College Affordability, Report 06-22
In this document:   Keeping College Affordable in California: Recommended Policy Options and a Panel Report on College Affordability. Commission Report 06-22 /Page 1 The following policy options for legislative action were adopted by the Commission at its December 12, 2006 meeting. In adopting these policy options the Commission reviewed findings and recommendations from a Speciia Panel on Affordability composed of experts and stakeholders appointed by the Commission to exammin college affordability in C

394.  Opening the Central Valley: A Review of the Board of Regents' Proposal to Build the University of California Community at Merced, Report 99-02
In this document:   Opening the Central Valley: A Review of the Board of Regents' Proposal to Build the University of California Community at Merced. OPENING THE CENTRAL VALLEY CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION J U N E 1 9 9 9 C O M M I S S I O N R E P O R T 9 9 -2 A Review of UC MercedSummary This report reviews the decision by the University of California’s Board of Regents to create a new general campus -the system’s first in 40 years -near the City of Merced in the San Joaquin V

395.  Priorities for California Educational Technology Funding: A Report in Response to AB 1123, Report 02-10
In this document:   Priorities for California Educational Technology Funding: A Report in Response to AB 1123. Priorities for California Educational Technology Funding CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION J U L Y 2 0 0 2 C O M M I S S I O N R E P O R T 0 2 -1 0Summary This report, entitled Priorities for California Educatioona Technology Funding, responds to Assembly Bill 1123 (Cardoza) which directed the California Postseconddar Education Commission to convene an intersegmmenta working group to facilitate

396.  Guidelines for Review of Proposed University Campuses, Community Colleges, and Educational and Joint-Use Centers, Report 02-06
In this document:   Guidelines for Review of Proposed University Campuses, Community Colleges, and Educational and Joint-Use Centers. THE REVIEW OF PROPOSED UNIVERSITY CAMPUSES, COMMUNITY COLLEGES, AND EDUCATIONAL AND JOINT-USE CENTERS CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION A P R I L 2 0 0 2 C O M M I S S I O N R E P O R T 0 2 -6Summary Among the statutory responsibilities of the California Postseconddar Education Commission is the review of proposals for new campuses and off-campus centers of the Sta

397.  Fiscal Profiles 2002, Appendix C, Report 03-08
In this document:   Fiscal Profiles 2002, Appendix C. 155 APPENDIX C: NOTES AND SOURCES PLEASE see “Definitions” (Appendix B) for complete explanations of some of the abbreviatiion and acronyms used in this section. IMPORTANT NOTE: As much as possible, the fiscal information contained in the report, and described below, was updated to account for the disposition of 2002-03 mid-year funding reductions proposed in December, 2002. DISPLAY 1 1. Some of the State agencies presently within the expenditure

398.  Student Profiles, 2003, Report 03-09
In this document:   Student Profiles, 2003. STUDENT PROFILES, 2003 CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION N O V E M B E R 2 0 0 3 C O M M I S S I O N R E P O R T 0 3 -0 9Summary This report is the latest edition of the Commission’s Student Profiles. It provides comprehensive information about studeent in postsecondary education in California. Student Profiile contains information on first-time freshmen and transfer students that formerly appeared in other Commission reports as well as a wid

399.  Title IX Athletics Compliance at California's Public High Schools, Community Colleges, and Universities, Report 04-04 Appendices
In this document:   Title IX Athletics Compliance at California's Public High Schools, Community Colleges, and Universities. Appendix A High School Data Tables. RMC Research CorporationuPortland, OR A-1 Title IX Study Report—Appendix A Exhibit A-1 Number of High School Athletics Teams by Sport and Level of Competition Number of Schools With Teams Girls’ Teams Boys’ Teams Total Sport V JV or F/S F V JV or F/S F V JV or F/S F Badminton 23 17 1 16 12 1 39 29 2 Baseball 0 0 0 111 100 61 111 100 61 Basketball 1

400.  Report 04-20 Appendix C
In this document:   Fiscal Profiles 2004, Appendix C. 155 APPENDIX C: NOTES AND SOURCES PLEASE see “Definitions” (Appendix B) for complete explanations of some of the abbreviatiion and acronyms used in this section. IMPORTANT NOTE: As much as possible, the fiscal information contained in the report, and described below, was updated to account for the disposition of 2004-05 State Budget. DISPLAY 1 1. Some of the State agencies presently within the expenditure categories displayed here were located wi


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