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These sites provide information on various aspects of the California Community College system, from legislative issues to student demographics and performance to CCC staffing. Many of them offer searchable databases.
The Chancellor's Office is the administrative branch of the California Community College system, supporting the 109 community colleges and 72 community college districts in California.
This site features the Chancellor's Office Data Mart: submit queries on student demographics, services, retention and success rates, and staffing reports. These data are reported by college districts as well as statewide.
This site contains links to information about the ARCC/AB 1417 project (2004, Pacheco), Performance Framework for the Community Colleges. The California Community Colleges System Office is currently working on implementing the framework set forth by AB 1417. The implementation of AB 1417 is known as Accountability Reporting for the Community Colleges (ARCC).
SRTK refers to a federally-mandated public disclosure of colleges' completion and transfer rates, providing students with statistics on comparable effectiveness to aid in choosing a college.
The SRTK site includes a password-protected database as well as an open database, which you can access via SRTK Rates and The most recent of these cohort studies dates from 1998.
ASCCC represents the faculty of California Community Colleges, facilitating participation in formulating and reviewing statewide policies on academic and professional matters.
The Commission evaluates and accredits public and private institutions of higher education that offer educational programs of two academic years in length leading to the associate degree. This site lists the new accreditation standards that apply to SRJC.
California Community College Association for Occupational Education (CCCAOE) CCCAOE offers information on academic (transfer) and vocational education at the lower division level for younger and returning students.
The League is a nonprofit public benefit corporation serving the 72 local community college districts in California in the areas of: education programs, research and policy analysis, fiscal services programs, governmental relations, communications, and governance of athletics.
The RP Group's site contains links to dozens of Institutional Research sites at California community colleges and universities.
You can access reports for VTEA "Core Indicators" by school, year and indicator.
The Career Technical Education (CTE) Unit of the Economic and Workforce Development Division focuses on program coordination and advocacy, policy development and coordination with K-18 workforce preparation and career and technical education systems.
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