EJS supports AB1460 Implementation as a Stand-Alone Requirement
Dear Board of Trustee Member ________, On behalf of Ethnic Studies faculty, we write to express our strong support for implementation of AB 1460 as a stand-alone graduation requirement that can be fulfilled by taking an upper or lower division ethnic studies class taught by ethnic studies faculty in any of the CSU’s ethnic studies […]
It is our position that the Ethnic Studies graduation requirement be a free-standing graduation requirement and that the Chancellor’s Office proposed area of “F” in GE be withdrawn. For it is unnecessary, problematic, and counterproductive on several levels.
We, the California State University Council on Ethnic Studies, approve all of the following as our core competencies. These competencies include a minimum number of criteria and a minimum number of learning objectives to be used by campus-specific Ethnic Studies experts and each campus’s academic senate curricular bodies to determine if a lower-division or upper […]