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1 AB 86: Adult Education Webinar Series February 27, 2015

2 Agenda for Today Department of Finance – Q & A Sessions North Orange County – Strategies for Success – Ms. Jesse Crete – AB86 Project Coordinator – North Orange County Regional Consortium – Mr. Kelly Wilson – Interim Director – Student Support Services – Anaheim Union High School District Next Steps – reports & grants 2

3 DOF - Trailer Bill – Additional Language CA State Board of Education County Offices of Education Allocation Committee Fiscal Responsibilities MOE Certifications Adult Education Annual Reporting Trailer Bill can be found at: ge/education/documents/302AdultEducationBlockGr ant_000.pdf ge/education/documents/302AdultEducationBlockGr ant_000.pdf 3

4 CA State Board of Education “Executive director” means the executive director of the State Board of Education. The chancellor and the Superintendent, with the concurrence of the executive director, shall divide the state into adult education regions and shall determine the physical boundaries of each region. 4

5 County Offices of Education Any community college district, school district, or county office of education located within the boundaries of an adult education region shall be authorized to join the adult education consortium in that region as a member. 5

6 Allocation Board One official of a school district or county office of education that is a member of the consortium, selected by the school districts and county offices of education that are members of the consortium. One official of an employment services office within a county social services agency that serves the region, selected by all of the members of the consortium. One official of a county probation department that serves the region, selected by all of the members of the consortium 6

7 Fiscal Responsibilities The fiscal administrator shall be responsible for distributing funds according to an allocation schedule approved by the allocation board. The fiscal administrator shall not amend an allocation schedule approved by the allocation board. No more than 5 percent of funds received in a given fiscal year shall be used for general administration of a consortium, including costs incurred by the fiscal administrator of a consortium. 7

8 MOE Certifications No later than August 30, 2015, the chancellor and the Superintendent, with the concurrence of the executive director, shall certify the amount spent by school districts and county offices of education in the 2012–13 fiscal year, from the funds received in that year for the adult education program and the adults in correctional facilities program, in the following areas (see the five AB86 program areas). After funds have been apportioned pursuant to paragraph (1), apportion any remaining funds to the fiscal administrators of the consortia using a schedule approved by the chancellor and the Superintendent, with the concurrence of the executive director. 8

9 Adult Education Annual Reporting By September 30 following any fiscal year for which funds are appropriated for the program, a report about the use of these funds and outcomes for adults statewide and in each region. The report shall include at least the following: (1) A summary of the plan approved by each consortium. (2) The allocation schedule for each consortium. (3) The types and levels of services provided by each consortium. (4) The effectiveness of each consortium in meeting the adult education needs of its respective region (5) Recommendations related to delivery of education & training for adults (including recommendations to improve alignment). 9

10 Questions? 10

11 NORTH ORANGE COUNTY REGIONAL CONSORTIUM FOR ADULT EDUCATION STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESS NOCCCD: Cypress College, Fullerton College, School of Continuing Education & Anaheim Unified High School District, Fullerton Joint Union High School District, Placentia Yorba Linda Unified School District

12 NOCRC Organizational Structure E XECUTIVE C OMMITTEE AB 86 Consortium Member Representatives NOCCCD: Cypress College, Fullerton College, School of Continuing Education; Anaheim Union High School District (AUHSD); Fullerton Joint Union High School District (FJUHSD); and Placentia Yorba Linda Unified School District (PYLUSD) (1 representative each) Workgroup Representatives (1 post-secondary representative and 1 K-12 representative per Workgroup) Non-Voting Members Dr. Greg Schultz, SCE Provost and AB 86 State Work Group Representative Jesse Crete, NOCRC AB 86 Project Coordinator W ORKGROUP : ESL/C ITIZENSHIP Cypress College, Fullerton College, SCE, AUHSD, FJUHSD, PYLUSD (at least 1 rep each) W ORKGROUP : B ASIC S KILLS /H IGH S CHOOL D IPLOMA Cypress College, Fullerton College, SCE, AUHSD, FJUHSD, PYLUSD (at least 1 rep each) W ORKGROUP : D ISABLED S TUDENT P ROGRAMS & S ERVICES Cypress College, Fullerton College, SCE, AUHSD, FJUHSD, PYLUSD (at least 1 rep each) W ORKGROUP : C AREER T ECHNICAL E DUCATION Cypress College, Fullerton College, SCE, AUHSD, FJUHSD, PYLUSD (at least 1 rep each)

13 NOCRC Strategic Proposal Decision-Making Flow Chart WG: DSPS EC Rep E XECUTIVE C OMMITTEE AB86 P ROJECT C OORDINATOR WG:BS EC R EPS WG: CTE EC R EP WG:ESL EC R EP WG: B ASIC S KILLS M EMBERS WG: B ASIC S KILLS M EMBERS WG: CTE M EMBERS WG: CTE M EMBERS WG: DSPS M EMBERS WG: DSPS M EMBERS WG: ESL M EMBERS WG: ESL M EMBERS

14 NOCRC Strategy Proposal Approval Guidelines 1. Workgroup Strategy Proposals should: 1. Be Regionally Inclusive 2. Does the proposal incorporate Consortium Members/Partners throughout the region? 3. Does the proposal address the needs of adults throughout the region? 2. Encourage Seamless Transitions and/or Pathways to Credit Post- Secondary Education or Job Placement (could be via CTE) 1. Does the proposal clearly define or support a student reaching their goal of transferring to a college credit program and/or CTE program that would result in gainful employment? 3. Address the Adult Education Gaps Identified in the NOCRC RCP 1. Does the proposal aim to close regional adult education service gaps in one or more of the instructional areas defined by the AB 86? Examples of regional service gaps may include the need to expand existing services and/or introduce new ones.

15 NOCRC Strategy Proposals

16 NOCRC Strategy Outcomes  Objective 3: Integrate Align and Connect Existing and Future Programs to create seamless transition into post-secondary education and/or the Workplace.  PSE Transition 1. Annual student noncredit-to-credit transition rates per instructional area: ESL, Elementary/Secondary Basic Skills, CTE (6-year cohort) 2. Annual student credit placement data disaggregated by discipline: ESL, English, math 3. Measures of student performance in credit: course completion, GPA, retention, program completion (6-year cohort) 4. Disaggregated data based on student equity identifiers: age, ethnicity, gender, and disability status.  Workplace Transition 5. Region-specific career pathways for noncredit students 6. Specific skills and knowledge competencies for the identified career pathways. 7. Identification of contextualized education needs for at least one career pathway based on employer, community, faculty and student input

17 NOCRC Strategy Outcomes  Objective 5: Plans to employ approaches proven to accelerate students’ progress towards his or her academic goals. 1. Longitudinal study utilizing survey data collected from the students participating in AB 86 interventions (experiment group) and comparing it to the data collected from the students without access to AB 86 interventions (control group) 2. Momentum and completion rates over the period of six years: course success and completion rate; program completion rate (HSDP, CDCP)


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