After months of deliberation, Assembly Bill 1460 has been signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Tag: ethnic studies
California Assembly Bill 1460 passed Thursday, meaning all CSU graduates will now have to fulfill a one-course requirement of ethnic studies to complete their degrees.
In a 35-23 vote, A.S. decides to show support for general education ethnic studies requirement.
After weeks of debate, ASI ruled in favor of lobbying on behalf of the ethnic studies requirement resolution.
The forum was held in response to the Associated Student Inc. Senate voting down resolution #SB 2020-12, a resolution that would support a bill for an ethnic studies general education requirement.
Student protesters at the ASI senate meeting were right. More diverse views of history and culture are desperately needed in all levels of education.
Last week, the ASI Senate voted “no” on a resolution that would require an ethnic studies course to become a general education requirement. Student activists were present this week to protest that decision.
In this episode of Beach Weekly, host Aubrey Balster gives the lowdown of upcoming campus events and sits down with Daily Forty-Niner News Editor Madalyn Amato to discuss the ASI Senate’s recent ‘no’ vote on an ethnic studies requirement. Sports analyst Manuel Valladares dives into the latest in Beach athletics, including a look into women’s basketball, men’s volleyball and baseball.
ASI’s vote against supporting mandatory multicultural courses is a mistake. These classes are vital to our collective futures.
In a divisive vote, ASI Senate does not pass Senate Resolution #2020-13 which would require the California State University system to include a three-unit ethnic studies course as a general education requirement.