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1 AB 86: Adult Education Consortia Planning 2013-2015 1-10-14 Webinar Series

2 1/10/14 2 Page 27 of the Governor’s Budget Education Summary Adult Education The 2013 Budget Act provided $25 million Proposition 98 General Fund for two ‑ year planning and implementation grants to regional consortia of community college districts and K ‑ 12 districts, $15.1 million Proposition 98 General Fund Reversion for the Adults in Correctional Facilities program, and required K ‑ 12 districts to maintain the 2012 ‑ 13 level of adult education and career technical education programs in 2013 ‑ 14 and 2014 ‑ 15. Adult education consortia plans will be completed by early 2015, and the Administration intends to make an investment in the 2015 ‑ 16 budget for adult education, including adult education provided in county jails, through a single restricted categorical program. The Administration will continue to work jointly with the State Department of Education and the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office to complete the adult education consortia plans, while working with the Legislature to ensure that any legislation pertaining to adult education aligns with and supports the planning process currently underway, and provides consistent guidance to the K ‑ 12 and community college districts.

3 Guiding Principles Promote shared leadership As simple as possible Reflect the diversity of California Provide equitable funding Provide a structure that supports regions to self-organize Provide flexibility throughout the process for regional planning to evolve and develop 1/10/14 3

4 Certification of Eligibility Released 12/19/13 Regional funding allocation included Two sections, two due dates – Certification of Eligibility Cover Sheet – 1/31/14 – Supporting documents – 2/24/2014 Reporting Due Dates Templates Attachment 1/10/14 4

5 The Document Introduction and Overview 72 Awards – Planning – Population – Need Introduction and Overview – $22,500,000 for regional consortia grants – $2,500,000 for statewide coordination and technical assistance 1/10/14 5

6 Program Areas 1. Elementary and basic skills; classes required for HSD or equivalency certificate; 2. Classes for immigrants: ESL, citizenship, and workforce preparation; 3. Programs for adults with disabilities; 4. Short term CTE programs with high employment potential; and 5. Programs for apprentices. 1/10/14 6

7 Objectives 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. 7 1/10/14 7

8 Reports to the Legislature March 2014 – Status of funding and grants – Identification of consortia members March 2015 – Regional Comprehensive Plans – Conclusions – Recommendations 1/10/14 8

9 Definitions A Region is defined as the geographical boundaries of a community college district. A Consortium is at least one community college district and at least one school district within the geographical boundaries of the community college district. A Member is defined as a public school district within the geographical boundaries of the designated region. A Partner is determined by the local consortium’s membership. 1/10/14 9

10 Eligibility Consortia Shared leadership Fiscal Agent Non-participating community college district A district may be a member of only one consortium but may partner with multiple consortia Consortia members determine partners A consortium may be made up of more than one region Must meet criteria prior to funding 1/10/14 10

11 Certification of Eligibility Cover Sheet Due January 31, 2014 Email: Template – Fiscal Agent info – Process used to determine fiscal agent – Contact info – List of participating members 1/10/14 11

12 Intent-to-Participate Member Signature Forms Due February 24, 2014 Email: Template – One form per member – Signature required (PDF) 1/10/14 12

13 Project Management Plan Due February 24, 2014 Email Narrative – 8 page maximum – Organizational Structure – Shared Leadership Strategies – Project Planning Roles and Responsibilities – Communication 1/10/14 13

14 Preliminary Budget Summary Due February 24, 2014 Email Template – Must be signed by fiscal agent’s CBO (PDF) FOUR signed copies – To California Community College Chancellor’s Office, 1102 Q Street, Sacramento CA 1/10/14 14

15 Key Dates 12/19/13 – Certification of Eligibility Released Technical Assistance Webinars – Fridays, noon 1/31/14 – Due: CoE Cover Sheet 2/14/14 – Notification of Intent to Award 2/24/14 – Due: Intent-to-Participate Member Forms, Project Management Plan, Preliminary Budget Summary 3/5/14 – Performance Period Begins 1/10/14 15

16 Deliverables and Due Dates 7/31/14 - Regional Comprehensive Plan (completed-to-date) and Expenditure Report 10/31/14 - Regional Comprehensive Plan (completed-to-date) and Expenditure Report 12/31/14 - Draft Regional Comprehensive Plan 1/31/15 - Expenditure Report 3/1/15 - Final Regional Comprehensive Plan 4/30/15 – Expenditure Report 8/31/15 – Final Expenditure Report 1/10/14 16

17 Appendices Table of Regional Awards Application Forms and Templates Template for Regional Comprehensive Plan Article I: Program Specific Legal Terms and Conditions Article II: Standard Legal Terms and Conditions Maintenance of Effort 1/10/14 17

18 Next Steps Webinars every Friday at noon Completion of Certificate of Eligibility – CoE Cover Sheet 1/31/14 – Supporting Documents 2/24/14 Project commencement 3/5/14 Resources at http://ab86.cccco.edu 1/10/14 18

19 Can a County Office of Education be a fiscal agent? No, only school districts and community college districts can be fiscal agents according to AB 86, Section 76, Article 3. 1/10/14 19

20 Can a Regional Occupation Program (ROP) be a fiscal agent? No, only school districts and community college districts can be fiscal agents according to AB 86, Section 76, Article 3. 1/10/14 20

21 Would an ROP program be eligible to be a “member” or a “partner” in the consortium? An ROP is eligible to be a partner in a consortium. The consortium will determine member and partner roles and responsibilities. 1/10/14 21

22 If a region has multiple K-12 Districts within the boundaries, can a district be denied “membership”? No, all school districts and community college districts are members. However, through the local decision making process, an organizational structure may be developed to determine levels of membership. 1/10/14 22

23 The term "direct cost" of instruction is used on Table 1.2. Please define "direct cost"? The Work Group will provide clarification and detail for the term “direct cost”. It is important that the information received from the field is accurate and consistent. We will define the term and offer specific detail through the website. 1/10/14 23

24 When there are multiple K-12 districts partially within a CCD boundary, can the consortia be selective on which K-12 district will be a member and which will be considered a partner? If a school district spans multiple regional boundaries, it may be a member of only one regional consortium. The school district determines the region in which to be a member. Districts may be partners in multiple consortia. 1/10/14 24

25 If a Community College District wants to join in a larger consortium with another CCD, and does not seek to be fiscal agent, but does not want to “defer” as described in the legislation, how do they respond? The community college district would be considered a member of the consortium. If this is the case, please note that on the CoE Cover Sheet, and reference it in the supporting documents. 1/10/14 25

26 Is the fiscal agent a governance role? No, the fiscal agent does not imply a governance role. Regional planning is about shared leadership and decision making. The role of the fiscal agent is to engage in a legal relationship with the Chancellor’s Office to receive and be responsible for the funds. The regional consortium will determine how those funds are used. 1/10/14 26

27 Is the fiscal agent for the planning grant automatically the fiscal agent for possible funding in 2015? No, the fiscal agent for planning is only the fiscal agent for the term of the planning grant. 1/10/14 27

28 Would the same funding formula be used for funding consortia in 2015 if there is new funding? No, if there is new funding for implementation a new funding model would be required. The current funding formula was designed specifically for planning. 1/10/14 28

29 Questions 1/10/14 29

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