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AB 86: Adult Education Consortia Planning 2013-2015 4-11-14 Regional Comprehensive Plan Objectives 1, 2, & 4 Webinar Series

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1 AB 86: Adult Education Consortia Planning Regional Comprehensive Plan Objectives 1, 2, & 4 Webinar Series

2 Regional Comprehensive Plan Requirements of the AB 86 Legislation Reporting Due Dates Regional Comprehensive Plan Reporting Overview and Instructions Objectives 1, 2, and 4 – Regional Comprehensive Plan Reporting Narrative – Regional Comprehensive Plan Reporting Tables 4/11/2014

3 Components of Regional Consortia Plans AB 86 requires that Regional Consortia Plans include: 1.Evaluation of existing AE programs. 2.Evaluation of AE needs. 3.Plans to integrate programs. 4.Plans to address the gaps. 5.Plans to accelerate a student’s progress. 6.Plans to collaborate on provision of professional development. 7.Plans to leverage existing regional structures

4 Reporting Dates Expenditure Reporting 1 st Quarter July 31, nd Quarter October 31, rd Quarter January 31, th Quarter April 30, th Quarter July 31 st new End of grant June 30, 2015 Final Expenditure Report Due – August 31, 2015 Regional Comprehensive Plan July 31, 2014 (to-date) Objectives 1, 2, and 4 October 31, 2014 (to-date) Objectives 1-7 December 31, 2014 Draft Report March 1,2015 Final Regional Comprehensive Plan 4/11/2014

5 Information Tables will be Provided in Excel and Word You may attach extra sheets if necessary Resources: – Work Group – Project Monitor: Neil Kelly – Project Analyst: Karen Baker 4/11/2014

6 Narrative: Objective 1 An Evaluation of Current Levels and Types of Adult Education Programs within the Region – For each of the five program areas describe the services and programs the consortium members and partners are currently providing. – Provide an evaluation of adequacy and quality. 4/11/2014

7 Table 1.1 Regional Consortium Plan Table 1.1 (SDs and CCDs) – Evaluation of current levels and types of AE programs » Adults in correctional facilities » Credit » Non-credit » Enhanced non-credit » WIA programs For the tables, if none of the members or partners offer programs in one of the five areas, state “no service provided” in the first column and leave remaining columns blank. 4/11/2014

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10 Operational Costs of Instructional Program 1000 – Instructional Salaries 2000 – Non-instructional Salaries 3000 – Employee Benefits 4000 – Supplies and Materials 5000 – Other Operating Expenses and Services 6000 – Capital Outlay 7000 – Other Outgo Indirect costs 4/11/2014

11 Sources of Funding State Federal – WIA – Perkins Other – Grant – Philanthropic 4/11/2014

12 Table 1.2 Consortium Plan Table 1.2 (Partners) – Evaluation of current levels and types of AE programs by providers: » ROPs » County Office of Education Providers » Libraries » Community Based Organizations » Other Adult Education Providers 4/11/2014

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15 Narrative: Objective 2 An Evaluation of Current Needs for Adult Education Programs within the Region Describe and assess current needs for each of the adult education program areas within the region. Include those needs that are unmet. Include an overview of the region – Analysis or description of the local regional economy utilizing data Use data that may include: – Census data – Wait lists – English Learner statistics – Literacy data – Unemployment – Regional data posted on 4/11/2014

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19 Narrative: Objective 4 Plans to address the gaps identified pursuant to Objectives 1 & 2 Identify gaps including lack of providers, services, access, attainment, and/or performance; Describe how the consortium intends to respond to the gaps identified in the region; Include strategies to increase capacity in identified gap areas (i.e. distance learning); Describe the resources needed to implement the identified strategies; Include how partners may be involved in developing or expanding programs; Plans to assess the effectiveness of the expanded efforts; Identify the methods and common metrics needed to track the successful implementation of the plan; and Identify the methods and common metrics needed to measure the amelioration of identified gaps in services and programming. 4/11/2014

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21 Communications to the Field Primary Contact Survey Confirmation on budget document Member participation forms Naming convention for State Controllers Letter of Intent Grant Face Sheets Confirmation of Fully Executed Grant 4/11/2014

22 For More Information… Click Here to us at Click Here to visit us at Share the good work that you are doing by being a webinar presenter – Contact the Work Group at by clicking here. by clicking here 4/11/2014


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