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ACE Transition Committee Report


All faculty are invited to attend the next ACE Transition Committee on Thursday, January 8, 2014, 11:00am-3:00pm. ACE Transition Committee Meeting Minutes, Association of College Educators, West Valley-Mission Community College District Wednesday, December 17, 2014 West Valley College, Fox Center, Room 101 Present: Mel...

Negotiations Update 12/5/2014


The District and ACE met in negotiations on December 5 and are set to meet again on December 12. The December 5 negotiations ended on a sour note after the District rejected ACE’s proposal to use the carry-over conference funds to...

Health Care Information


Click on the link to view a general comparison between the WVM current health care plans and the proposed CALPERS plans    http://aceunion.org//documents/pdf_other/PERS_Summaries.pdf   Check out the CAL PERS website for...

The National Labor Relations Board

By Jory Segal, 11.10.14

The National Labor Relations Board is considering reversing their 2007 rule, that employees, in the private sector, do not have a right to use their employers' email for union elections, to improve working conditions & wages..

Faculty Vote 11/10-11/19


The results of the ACE election to change the constitution to affiliate with the California Federation of Teachers are as follows: Yes votes:  264   (93.3%) No votes:     19    ( 6.7%) Article 1 now reads:The name...

President's Comments

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

ACE PHONE # 408 855 5048

The ACE phone number has been activated.  The new ACE office at West Valley is waiting for new flooring...

Meetings & Minutes


Saturday, November 15 - 7:24pm

ACE welcomes Faculty to attend Open Sessions and hear summaries of Negotiations

ACE will be summarizing Negotiations during the Open Sessions of future meetings.  The next ACE meeting is 11/20, Fox 102, WV.

Thursday, September 12 - 2:32pm

Associate Faculty & Unemployment

Associate faculty may file for unemployment during summer and winter breaks, if they are not otherwise employed.  The right to collect unemployment is based on an Appellate Court decision, Cervisis et al vs. Unemployment Insurance Board.  Because Associate faculty contracts are "contingent upon adequate class enrollment and funding", the Appellate Court concluded that the assignments are not a reasonable assurance of employment.  Filing must be done in a timely manner. If your claim is denied, file an appeal.