Legislative Bills Report

Legislative Bills Report
View the full list of bills here(Updated as of 10/7/2022)
As the legislative process progresses, we will continue to update this page with the bills that the CFLA has taken a stand on to support, watch or oppose.

AB 102 (HOLDEN)

Title: Pupil Attendance at Community Colleges: College and Career Access Pathways Partnerships: County Offices of Education
Status: Signed by the Governor, Chapter 902, Statutes of 2022
Position: Support

Summary: This bill would eliminate the 2027 sunset date for College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP) partnerships, effectively allowing dual enrollment programs to continue indefinitely. The bill would also remove the 10% statewide limit for full-time equivalent students claimed as special admits and would allow county offices of education to participate in CCAP partnerships. The bill would also specify that high schools, for the purposes of a CCAP partnership, include community schools, juvenile court schools, and adult education programs.

AB 1667 (COOPER)

Title: State Teachers’ Retirement System: Administration
Status: Signed by the Governor, Chapter 754, Statutes of 2022
Position: Support

Summary: This bill would prescribe various requirements in connection with audits of public agencies and members by the California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS); CalSTRS’ interpretation and clarification of rules relating to creditable compensation; CalSTRS’ review of compensation items included in a memorandum of understanding or collective bargaining agreement; and corrections of errors relating to the payment of retirement allowances to retirees, among other provisions.

AB 1856 (MEDINA)

Title: Community Colleges: Part-Time Employees
Status: Vetoed by the Governor
Position: Oppose

Summary: This bill would increase the maximum amount of instructional hours that a part-time community college faculty member could teach at a community college from the range of 60-67% of a full-time equivalent load to 80-85%. The bill would prohibit the community college district (CCD) from restricting the terms of the negotiated agreement to less than that range, unless explicitly agreed upon by an individual part-time, temporary faculty member and the district. The bill would require the CCD to commence the negotiation of these terms no later than the expiration of any negotiated agreement in effect on January 1, 2023, and for any CCD that does not have a collective bargaining agreement in effect as of January 1, 2023, upon the effective date of the bill.

AB 1187 (IRWIN)

Title: Community Colleges: Tutoring
Status: Signed by the Governor, Chapter 927, Statutes of 2022
Position: Support

Summary: This bill would expand the type of noncredit courses that are eligible for state apportionment funding to include supervised tutoring for foundational skills, and for degree-applicable and transfer level courses authorized by the California Community College’s Board of Governors by July 31, 2023. 

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