As COVID-19 cases increase daily, college campuses have shuttered and cities are in quarantine as a statewide shelter-in-place order has been enacted. The safety of our students, all of you, and our communities, is CCA’s top priority.
With that in mind, we are compiling the most up-to-date information regarding COVID-19. The resources posted here will come from CTA,CCA, the Chancellor’s Office of Communications, and the State of California
cta.org/COVID-19 – The most up-to-date resource as we monitor the COVID-19 situation and provide updates as they become available. Please remember to check back frequently for the latest information.
Chancellor’s Office Covid-19 Information and Resources
State of California Department of Industrial Regulations Covid -19 General Safety Orders
California Department of Public Health/CalOSHA Responding to Covid-19 in the Workplace
State of California Department of Finance Coronavirus Relief Fund Report
Join our Facebook Groups to connect with other faculty:
Community College Association (CCA) Closed Facebook Group. Are you a local chapter leader? Click on the link and ask to join. Our closed Facebook group provides access to signed MOUs regarding Covid-19, latest updates from members regarding specific campus issues, and a space to ask other leaders for feedback on negotiations-related and other issues.
Community College Association Facebook Group. Click on the link to “like” and “follow” our page. This space is for sharing general higher education information, including updates from CTA and NEA.
CTA Teaching, Learning and Life During COVID-19 Private Facebook Group. Click on the link and ask to join. An online space for K-14 educators to share resources, good vibes, challenges, ideas and more. There is a tag (#cca4us) specifically for community college / higher education issues.
Updates by CCA President, Eric Kaljumagi, Click Here
Self-care advice and resources for educators during isolation – CLICK HERE. Pressure to work from home, feeling responsible for teaching students from afar, and other factors can increase the amount of stress that faculty have.