Join CCAFF by clicking on this link: www.cft.org
CITRUS COLLEGE IS CLOSED UNTIL THE END OF THE SEMESTER. Faculty will continue to provide remote instruction.
Citrus College has a procedure in effect for the event of a closure due to a pandemic. These procedures are mandated by Los Angeles County Health, state mandates and federal agencies such as CDC. Click here for AP 3505.
Faculty should have other means for delivery of instruction such as the use of Canvas. There are resources on the Citrus College website to help with the transition. If you need help consider contacting us as we can help with using ConferZoom or other pedogolical issues. (We are teaching, too.) Be flexible with students who are ill.
The best protection is to wash your hands and avoid touching your face.
Coronavirus. Covid-19. Pandemic. Fear of illness and even death has become a side effect of the latest viral outbreak. An important first step to take is to accept that the coronavirus is real and is serious, but that by following the precautionary measures, we can make it through these tough times.
Skipping school has now become an academic norm; at least since 2018 when AB 705 was enacted. In a move to eliminate delays in a student’s educational progress, AB 705 actually allows students to overstep remedial coursework and go straight into transfer level courses. Without a fuller understanding of basic English and math skills, however, many students face more difficulties when trying to keep up with transfer level work; thus, delaying their educational progress (and possibly with a cut in federal aid).
The Citrus College Adjunct Faculty Federation (CCAFF), AFT, Local 6352, is a labor union representing adjunct faculty members of Citrus Community College District who serve approximately 12,000 students.The Federation is an affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers, the California Federation of Teachers, the California Labor Federation and the AFL-CIO.
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