Presentation on theme: "70 Consortia representing K-12 Districts and Community College Adult School programs Regional Consortia based on Community College District Boundaries."— Presentation transcript:
70 Consortia representing K-12 Districts and Community College Adult School programs Regional Consortia based on Community College District Boundaries Purpose: Develop plans to assess Adult Education needs and address gaps. New model for providing Adult Education in California AB86, SECTION 76, ARTICLE 3 “NUTS AND BOLTS ”
HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW? Which of the following are not part of the five AB 86 Program Areas? 1.Elementary and secondary basic skills 2.Classes and courses for immigrants (citizenship, ESL, workforce prep) 3.Classes in safety and home economics 4.Short-term career technical education 5.Programs for apprentices 6.Classes for budding mad scientists Which AB 86 Program Area is missing?
WHICH AB 86 PROGRAM AREA IS MISSING? 1.Elementary and secondary basic skills 2.Classes and courses for immigrants (citizenship, ESL, workforce prep) 3.Short-term career technical education 4.Programs for apprentices 5.Education programs for adults with disabilities
CAN YOU NAME THE 7 AB 86 OBJECTIVES? 1.Evaluation of current adult education programs 2.Evaluation of current needs 3.Integrating existing programs and creating seamless transitions to postsecondary education or the workforce 4.Address gaps identified 5.Accelerating student’s progress 6.Professional development 7.Leverage existing regional structures
Upcoming Deadlines Plan Updates: October 31 and December 31, 2014 Final Plan: March 31, 2015 Report from AB86 Workgroup to Legislators: March 1, 2015 AB86: NEXT STEPS
AB 86 SUMMIT More than 300 educators from across the state attended Goal was balanced representation Four reps from each consortium CC and School District balance Faculty and Administrator balance
Neutral Facilitator Faculty Co-Leadership Sharing and Disseminating Information Broad Representation on Workgroups AB86 objectives woven into other initiatives Building on common practices and needs WHAT’S WORKING...