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Engrossed Senate Substitute Bill 6359 was passed by the Washington legislature in 2010. The legislation seeks to encourage further efficiencies in the community and technical college system. The purpose of the Bill is to increase student access and success, strengthen instructional programs, and develop and retain high quality faculty through efficiencies acquired through shared services, increased program collaboration, and standardized and centralized administrative functions and systems. Efforts to further efficiencies includes collaboration among State Board for Community and Technical Colleges’ (SBCTC) board members and staff, local college boards of trustees, college presidents, faculty and staff unions, and students. ESSB 6359 establishes a timeline for this work beginning in 2010 and concluding December 1, 2012.
State Steering Committee
A statewide steering committee was created to guide system efforts to increase efficiency and effectiveness among community and technical colleges. The steering committee is comprised of representatives that include:
- State Board for Community and Technical College board members
- College trustee members
- Faculty unions
- SBCTC staff
Efficiency Study Documents
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