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Jesse Lopez   ·  09/09/21

Miramar College requires more information to endorse this new program.


Dr. Javier Ayala   ·  09/09/21

Needs more information. Not support at moment.


Larry McLemore   ·  09/08/21

LMI and Bachelors degree, Cuyamaca is not is support.


Cassandra Storey   ·  09/07/21

Is this an add on training for an incumbent worker perhaps or a stand alone certificate that leads to a position? SDCCE would need more information to approve.


Dr. Al Taccone   ·  08/30/21

I cannot support based on LMI and bachelors degree being required for the related jobs. Not sure if this is meant as an online teaching certificate that most of the colleges and proprietary agencies offer to individuals who already meet the minimum qualifications to teach. Those are plentiful and very short term. 16 units would be a large time commitment for someone who already has a degree and minimum qualifications to teach. A job may not be sought as the result of having earned this certificate alone. Most of the community colleges have robust online teaching training programs for their faculty. A bit confusing, so, maybe we will learn more at the meeting?


Jennifer Lewis   ·  08/27/21

Do not support at this time due to a Bachelors degree being required to teach.


Priscilla Fernandez   ·  08/24/21

Mesa College submitted the appropriate LMI from the COE. The COE recommends proceeding with caution when developing a new program and supports a program modification because 1)  there is a supply gap in the region, but only a small number of online job postings require 'online teaching'; 2) entry-level earnings are above the living wage; and 3) a high number of institutions train for these occupations. The region should also note that employers typically require a bachelor’s degree as the minimum educational requirement for these occupations.


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