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Noncredit Division Faculty Meeting AB 86 Overview June 24, 2014.

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1 Noncredit Division Faculty Meeting AB 86 Overview June 24, 2014

2  $25 million to provide two year planning and implementation grants  Regional consortia of community colleges and school districts  Develop regional plans to better serve the educational needs of adults AB 86 Overview

3  Elementary and secondary basic skills, including classes required for a high school diploma or high school equivalency certificate.  Classes and courses for immigrants eligible for educational services in citizenship and English as a second language, and workforce preparation classes in basic skills.  Education programs for adults with disabilities.  Short-term career technical education programs with high employment potential.  Programs for apprentices. AB 86 Priorities

4  Evaluation of current programs and needs  Plans for partners to integrate existing programs  Create seamless transitions  Plans to identify gaps  Plans to utilize best practices to accelerate student progress  Professional Development Collaborations  Leverage existing regional structures Grant Requirements

5  Develop common policies related to adult education  Review policies on fees and funding levels  Recommendation to change funding of noncredit enhanced FTES funding to credit levels  Credit $4,564.83  Noncredit Enhanced:$3,254.04  Noncredit Non enhanced: $2,763.62 Legislative Outcomes

6  Pasadena Area Community College District (fiscal agent)  Pasadena Unified School District Pasadena Area Regional Consortium

7  Transition from High School Diploma (Non- completers) to PCC Adult High School Diploma Program  Transition from High School Career Pathways to noncredit short-term CTE, credit CTE programs or employment  Transition from noncredit Adult Secondary Education Programs to college credit programs Tentative Grant Goals

8  Transition from noncredit ESL to Adult Basic Education, Adult Secondary Education Noncredit programs and to Credit programs  Transition from noncredit programs to employment (career pathways)  Transition from noncredit short-term CTE to credit CTE or academic programs  Development and integration of apprenticeship concepts into the curriculum for all Adult Education program areas. Tentative Goals (cont’d)

9  ESL Job Success: English to Succeed at a Job  ESL Parent Involvement in K-12  English for Written Driver’s Test  ESL Work Readiness VESL  Business Information Technology-VESL  Family Day Care-VESL  Food Services Worker-VESL  Hospitality-VESL  Landscaping-VESL Imagine the Possibilities ESL

10 The occupations with the most openings:  Personal Care Aides  Office Clerks, General  Nursing Aides, Orderlies and Attendants  Teacher Assistants  Receptionists  Information Clerks  Home Health Aides  Housekeeping  Landscaping  Medical Assistants  Medical Administrative Assistants CTE

11 ABE Certificate of Completion  ABE Mathematics  ABE Language Arts GED Certificate of Completion Elementary and Secondary Basic Skills

12 Workplace Preparation for Adults with Disabilities  Introduction to Banking  Exploring Occupational Paths  Work Attitudes and Employer Expectations  Paying Bills  Landing a Job  Budgeting for Living Expenses Adults with Disabilities

13 We Need Your Expertise  Curriculum Development  Planning Meetings with PUSD/Others  Enhancement of Student Services  Professional Development Suggestions

14  Application Process  Application Requirements  Rubric for Selection Curriculum Development Process

15 Thank you for your interest! QUESTIONS?

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