Governor Jerry Brown has submitted his proposed 2012-2013 budget. It includes deep cuts to many programs and new taxes to pay for education. We decide in November if these taxes occur. If not, the education budget will be cut by $4.8 billion. For more information, please visit www.ebudget.ca.gov
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OAKLAND, Calif., November 30, 2011 – California Governor Jerry Brown appointed two individuals from the Peralta Community College District – a longtime academic senate president and administrator and a Peralta Colleges student – to the California Community Colleges Board of Governors (BOG). The BOG is the governing body that sets policy for the nation’s largest system of higher education. The new appointees are Joseph Bielanski, the Institutional Effectiveness Coordinator for the Peralta Colleges, and Jurena Storm, a College of Alameda student.
Jack Scott, State California Community Colleges Chancellor, said, “These new appointments are well qualified to help lead our system and each has been directly involved in the operation of their local district or college.”
“I welcome all four of these outstanding people to the board and look forward to working with each one of them,” said Scott.
Bielanski has been the Institutional Effectiveness Coordinator for the District and Articulation Officer at Berkeley City College since 2009. “I am honored that Governor Brown has appointed me as a faculty representative to the California Community College Board of Governors,” said Bielanski. “I know that my 21 years of experience in the Peralta Community College District will serve me well in this appointment.”
Filed under: Announcements, Berkeley City College, College of Alameda, Peralta News, Press Release. Tagged: BOG, California Community Colleges Board of Governors, Governor Jerry Brown, Jack Scott, Joseph Bielanski, Jurena Storm
Helping Community College Students Statewide, Peralta Colleges Provided Language For New Bills Signed by Governor Jerry Brown
25 October 2011. 0 comments
In signing a number of bills into law this month, California Governor Jerry Brown signed two bills that will improve the lives of community college students across the state. One bill helps to ensure the health of students by enforcing non-smoking policies, and the other allows undocumented students to serve on district boards within the 112-community college system. Both bills contained language that the Peralta Community College District in Oakland helped draft.
Signed on October 10, Assembly Bill 795 authored by Marty Block (D-San Diego), contains amendments drafted by Peralta Community College District that would provide an important tool for community college districts seeking to enforce non-smoking policies on their campuses.
“Peralta Community College District has long had smoking policies at our colleges, but would have found those policies difficult to enforce,” said Chancellor Wise Allen. “The passage of AB 795 would better ensure that the four Peralta Community Colleges remain a healthy place for students to learn.”
Filed under: Announcements, Press Release. Tagged: AB 540, AB 795, Assembly Bill 795, Assembly Bill 844, Dr. Wise E. Allen, Governor Jerry Brown, Kimberly Weich Reusche, Marty Block, National Immigration Law Center, Programs and Advocacy for the American Lung Association, Ricardo Lara, Tanya Broder, The American Lung Association