Presentation on theme: "Division of Continuing Education"— Presentation transcript:
1 Division of Continuing Education April 2014Lori Fasbinder, Ed.DDean of Instruction & Student Services
2 New State Funding for CE: AB86 Elementary and secondary basic skills, including classes required for a high school diploma or GEDClasses and courses for immigrants in citizenship, ESL and workforce preparationEducation programs for adults with disabilitiesShort-term career technical education programs with high employment potentialPrograms for apprenticesfunds to regional consortium to create and implement a plan to better provide adults in its region with all of the following:
3 RSCCD Consortium Members: RSCCD: SAC and SCC Orange Unified School DistrictSanta Ana Unified School DistrictPartners:Orange County Department of EducationGarden Grove Unified School DistrictRSCCD consortium has began the planning process to improve adult education in the region.
4 How is Noncredit Different? Course Outline of RecordCurriculum approved by local Board of Trustees and approved by the State Chancellor’s OfficeDifferent teaching minimum qualificationsGenerates lower revenue from the StateFaculty are generally paid lower salariesSpecific categories of instructionNo units and credits givenNo enrollment fee
5 Noncredit Categories English as a Second Language (ESL) Immigrant EducationElementary and Secondary Basic SkillsHealth and SafetySubstantial DisabilitiesParentingHome EconomicsCourses for Older AdultsShort-term VocationalWorkforce Preparation
6 Career Development and College Preparation (CDCP) Certificates Higher noncredit funding formulaElementary and Secondary Basic SkillsEnglish as a Second LanguageShort Term Vocational Educationwith High Employment PotentialWorkforce Preparation
7 Recent Student Incident The student:Attended nine days classStole school property, cheated on tests, threatened teacherDirected to CE counselor and CE deanAdministrative drop from classesJuvenile record and a current warrantHistory of making threats, but not following through with any action
8 Crime Safety Reporting: Occurred in the presence of District Safety OfficerOPD arrived; police report was filedStudent’s activities were reviewed on cameraStudent blocked from registering at SCC/SACDistrict hired private investigatorOPD detective - filed a report with DA’s office
9 Steps to Ensure Safety Photo of CE students required at enrollment Timely dissemination of information regarding criminal activity and safety to all campus personnel (including photo ID picture)Blocking the offender's ability to register to include a notice to contact District Safety and/or Orange Police Department
10 Renovation of Orange Education Center No litigation pending for any parties involvedTimeline estimated at 30 monthsFebruary initial programming planning meeting with reps from all stakeholders and architectsCE departments submitting programming plansDepartments meeting one-on-one with the architects
11 CE Future Plans at SCC CE Counseling Courses that articulate CE students into college credit classes and programs:Adult Basic Education (K-8)High School Diploma Program (9-12)GED PreparationCTE Business SkillsIn the past, CE offered ABE, HSS and Business Skills courses at the Academic Success Center.