Statistics

Statistics:

Community College Districts’ Results

 
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Agency/Agencies

Highest Grade

A+
  • Butte-Glenn Community College District
  • Cerritos Community College District
  • Chabot-Las Positas Community College District
  • Chaffey Community College District
  • Citrus Community College District
  • Foothill-DeAnza Community College District
  • Glendale Community College District
  • Monterey Peninsula Community College District
  • North Orange County Community College District
  • Pasadena Area Community College District
  • Rancho Santiago Community College District
  • Redwoods Community College District
  • Rio Hondo Community College District

Lowest Grade

F
  • Los Angeles Community College District
  • Peralta Community College District
  • San Joaquin Delta Community College District
  • San Jose-Evergreen Community College District
  • Shasta-Tehama-Trinity Joint Community College District
  • State Center Community College District
  • West Hills Community College District

Mean Grade

B

Mean Grade

A

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Grade Breakdown
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A+
  • Butte-Glenn Community College District
  • Cerritos Community College District
  • Chabot-Las Positas Community College District
  • Chaffey Community College District
  • Citrus Community College District
  • Foothill-DeAnza Community College District
  • Glendale Community College District
  • Monterey Peninsula Community College District
  • North Orange County Community College District
  • Pasadena Area Community College District
  • Rancho Santiago Community College District
  • Redwoods Community College District
  • Rio Hondo Community College District
A
  • Coast Community College District
  • Kern Community College District
  • Long Beach Community College District
  • Riverside Community College District
  • San Diego Community College District
  • San Luis Obispo Community College District
  • San Mateo County Community College District
  • Southwestern Community College District
  • West Valley-Mission Community College District
B
  • Contra Costa Community College District
  • Grossmont Cuyamaca Community College District
  • Los Rios Community College District
  • San Francisco Community College District
  • Sierra Joint Community College District
  • Sonoma County Community College District
C
  • Ventura Community College District
D
F
  • Los Angeles Community College District
  • Peralta Community College District
  • San Joaquin Delta Community College District
  • San Jose-Evergreen Community College District
  • Shasta-Tehama-Trinity Joint Community College District
  • State Center Community College District
  • West Hills Community College District

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Other Results
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Scored Item

# of Agencies

Did not respond at all 4
Failed to respond properly within 10 days — GC § 6253 (c) 2
Failed to provide Employment Contract (or the equivalent) within 30 days — G.C. § 6254.8 10
Failed to provide, within 30 days, the agenda and minutes of meeting where Contract was approved — G.C. § 54957.5 2
Failed to provide Credit Card account statements and Requests for Reimbursement (or satisfactorily demonstrate that one or both do not exist) within 30 days — G.C. § 6253 (b) 3
Failed to make available the Conflict of Interest Form 700 within 30 days of its request — G.C. § 81008 3
Charged a duplication fee of >10 ¢ per page for Conflict of Interest Form 700 — G.C. § 81008 10
Failed to produce the guidelines for accessibility of records; a formally adopted duplication fee schedule for copies of public records; a formally adopted email retention policy (or satisfactorily demonstrate that none exist) within 30 days — GC § 6253 (b) 6
Charged an additional fee, over and above the per page copy charge for duplication — GC § 6253 (b) 1
Obstructed the records request or did not assist in identifying responsive records — GC § 6253.1 2
Requested any of the following: purpose of the request; identity of the requestor; affiliation of the requestor; contact information of the requestor (beyond the provided email address) — OR — Required the use of an agency records request form in response to an e-mailed request — G.C. § 6253.4 (b), Los Angeles Times v. Alameda Corridor Transportation Authority, 88 Cal.App.4th 1381, 1392 (2d Dist. 2001) 6

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Copy Fees (non-Form 700 documents)
Many public agencies charge a per page duplication fee for copies of public records. By law, this fee can be no higher than the actual cost of duplication, which may include consumables and the payroll time for a staff member to make the copy. In 2006, the California Department of Justice conducted a fee study to determine the cost they would need to charge to recoup their costs for making such duplications. The results of their study can be found on our website (see “Copy Fee Schedule: Department of Justice” here:https://www.calaware.org/programs/audits.php). Based on this study, the Department of Justice settled on a $.10 per page copy fee, which remains in effect today.
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Agency/Agencies

Hightest Fee

$3 for first 10 pages, $.10 for each additional page  

  • Ventura County Community College District

 

Mean

$0.19 Of those agencies that charged anything, the average cost (per page) of requesting duplication of 10 pages.

Lowest

$0.10
  • Glendale Community College District
  • Pasadena Area Community College District
  • Riverside Community College District
  • San Diego Community College District

No Charge

 
  • Butte-Glenn Community College District
  • Cerritos Community College District
  • Chabot-Las Positas Community College District
  • Chaffey Community College District
  • Citrus Community College District
  • Coast Community College District
  • Kern Community College District
  • Monterey Peninsula Community College District
  • Rancho Santiago Community College District
  • Redwoods Community College District
  • Rio Hondo Community College District
  • San Luis Obispo Community College District

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