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1 Overview of the Two Systems

2 Adult Education in K-12

3 Types of Programs Adult Secondary Education High School Diploma GED Prep English/Spanish Credit Recovery Adult Basic Education Language Arts and Math English as a Second Language Disabled Adults ABLE Industries Creative Center 3

4 Types of Programs (cont.) Career Technical Education Medical/Nursing Medical Office Assistant Phlebotomy Certified Nursing Assistant Licensed Vocational Nurse Welding Computer/ Business Education Culinary Arts

5 Student Characteristics 18-60+ years of age 70% lack High School Diploma/GED Unemployed or Dislocated Worker Single Parents Multiple Barriers Limited English Students 5

6 Number of Students Unduplicated 2013-14 Cutler-Orosi Adult School164 Hanford Adult School 559 Porterville Adult School 2100 Tulare Adult School3015 Visalia Adult School 3719 Total9,557

7 Funding Structure Prior to 2013 ADA Based 525 hours=1 ADA ADA Cap Fees for CTE Grants Carl Perkins WIA-Adult Education & Family Literacy CalWORKS Post 2013 Maintenance of Effort for 2013-14 and 2014-15 Expires June 30, 2015 Fees for CTE Grants Carl Perkins WIA- Adult Education & Family Literacy CalWORKS

8 Student Enrollment Process Process varies by school and program Adult Secondary, Adult Basic Education, ESL –Open Enrollment Orientation/Placement Testing/Counselor CTE-Managed Enrollment

9 Required Assessments Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment System (CASAS) California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE)

10 Support Services School Counselor Special Education Services Workforce Investment Department Department of Rehabilitation Proteus CalWORKS Tribal Agencies Child Care Services-Visalia

11 Employment Requirements Bachelor’s Degree California Multiple Subjects or Single Subject Teaching Teaching Credential Or California Designated Subjects Adult Education Three years work experience in the designated field. California Designated Subjects Career Technical Education Teaching Credential Adult Secondary, Basic Education, ESL Career Technical Education

12 Questions?

13 Education in the Community College

14 College of the Sequoias Students 14

15 COS Apportionment

16 COS Student Demographics

17 More Demographics

18 COS Programs

19 COS Costs Tuition for credit courses: $46 per unit Tuition for noncredit courses: Tuition and Fees per semester: $1362 Books estimated per semester: $800

20 COS Financial Aid YearTotal Number of Students Applied for financial aid Received Board of Governors Fee Waiver Received Financial Aid 2012/1314,26510,61094589209 Types of Financial Aid:  Board of Governor’s Fee Waivers  Federal Pell Grants  Cal Grants (A and B)  Student loans

21 COS Student Support Services

22 COS Enrollment Process Registration Checklist  COS Web Application (credit or noncredit)  Orientation  Placement Test  Meet with a counselor  Register for classes  Complete Financial Aid Paperwork

23 COS Placements Math 88% of First-time Students Test below Transfer Level in Math

24 COS Placements English 64% of First-time Students test below transfer level in English

25 COS Placements ESL

26 COS Funding Structure

27 COS Employment Requirements for Teachers Title 5 and Academic Senate Disciplines requiring a master’s degree (e.g. academic areas: English, math, business, ESL, counseling) Disciplines requiring a specific bachelor’s or associate degree (e.g. biotechnology) Disciplines where a master’s degree is not generally expected or available – BA and 2 years experience (Career Technical Education (CTE) – (e.g. agriculture production, architecture, automotive, computer information services, culinary arts, legal assisting, manufacturing technology, pharmacy technology, welding)

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