PPTX - AB 86

Report
AB 86: Adult Education
Webinar Series
http://ab86.cccco.edu
1-23-2015
Agenda for Today’s Webinar
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Governor’s Budget Highlights
Next Steps on the proposal
Questions?
Partnering between K-12 Adult and
Community Colleges
• Marin Consortium – Transitioning Students
• Upcoming Webinars
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California’s Governor’s Budget 2015-16
• Released January 9, 2015
• Found on Department of Finance website
• http://www.ebudget.ca.gov/201516/BudgetSummary/BSS/BSS.html
• More than the adult education block grant
– Labor & Workforce & Adult Education
– Public Safety & Adult Education
– Career Technical Education
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Labor & Workforce
• Unified state workforce plan with input from adult
education providers.
• Regional planning efforts reflecting needs of
workforce partners.
• Common measures for adult education and literacy
programs.
• Reauthorizes the Adult Education and Literacy
Program with emphasis on transition to postsecondary & career pathways.
• Allow for increase funding to support correctional
education programs.
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Public Safety
• Highlights reentry hubs for inmate willing to
take advantage of educational, vocational, and
behavioral treatment programs.
• Highlights expansion of pilot reentry programs.
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Career Technical Education
• $250M in one time Prop-98 funding in each of the next
three years to support a transitional CTE Incentive Grant
Program for school districts, COEs, and charters.
• Extends CTE Pathways Initiative grant program for an
additional year (K-12 & Community College).
• Increases funding for Apprenticeship Programs (K-12
and Community College).
• Continues Existing Workforce Education and Training
Programs (CPAs, High School Programs, AG Incentives,
Economic Development Programs, Jail Education
Programs).
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Adult Education - Funding
• The Budget provides $500 million Proposition 98 General Fund
for the Adult Education Block Grant.
• The Block Grant will fund programs in:
– Elementary and secondary basic skills
– Classes and Courses in citizenship and English as a second
language for immigrants
– Education programs for adults with disabilities
– Short-term CTE programs linked to occupations with high
employment potential
– Programs for apprentices
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Alignment with the labor market
• These programs should be well aligned with
the economic needs of each region and that
they provide clear pathways to in-demand jobs
as determined by regional labor market
information.
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State Allocations – Year 1
• The Chancellor of the Community Colleges and
the Superintendent of Public Instruction will
jointly approve allocations of funds with an
emphasis on providing funding to those regions
with the greatest adult education needs.
• Funding allocations approved by the Chancellor
and Superintendent will be distributed as
determined by their allocation committees.
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State Allocation – Year 1 & Future
• In the first year, to ease the transitions,
funding will be provided directly to K-12 school
districts in the amount of the K-1 districts’
maintenance of effort for adult education.
• Further allocations will be distributed
according to the local allocation committees.
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Allocation Committee
• Proposed development of an allocation committee for each adult education
consortium responsible for planning and allocation block grant funds.
• The allocation committee will consist of seven members who represent the
following:
– Community Colleges
– K-12 Districts
– Other adult education providers
– Local workforce investment boards
– county social services departments
– Correctional rehabilitation programs
– One public member with relevant expertise
• Allocation committees will coordinate with regional partners to funding
streams are integrated within the region.
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Allowable Expenses
• Allocation committees will determine how to
allocate block grant funds for:
– Direct Instruction
– Support Services and,
– Administration of its consortium
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Reporting – State & Local
• Each consortium will report annually on progress
toward fulfilling its adult education plan. These
reports will inform distribution of block grant
funds in the future. (Local)
• A final report from the 2-year planning process
will be provided by March 1, 2015 which will
inform the accountability framework for delivery
of adult education and remaining policy decisions
such as how fees are charged for similar programs
by different providers. (State)
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Next Steps
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DOF Trailer Bill Language
Legislative Hearings
May Revise
Legislative Session
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Questions???
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[email protected]
Transitioning To PostSecondary Education
One Example of a Strong Partnership
Between an Adult School and Community
College
Partnering For Student
Success
A Partnership Formed
O Leveraging existing relationships and
building new ones: “Change moves at the
speed of trust”.
O 5 years of working on a smooth transition for
adult school (AS) students in Marin County
O A shared knowledge and understanding of
AS students, their dreams, hopes and
potential
O An open door policy to discuss ideas,
students needs, provide feedback
Strong Partnership Showing in
Marin County
O Strong mutual respect: if Anna asks for me
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to participate in an event – I’m there and
vice versa
Conferences & presentations together
AB86 work group support
Marin County committees
Shared student success mandates
Key Areas of Partnership:
Student Services
O Outreach on TAS Campus
O Annual speakers, placement testing on campus,
COM counselor referrals
O Outreach on COM Campus
O AB540 agency agreement to support students,
inviting TAS students on campus for a tour and
program information (teachers invited, dinner
served!)
O TAS staff invited to Countywide Administrator
and Counselor meetings hosted by COM
Looking Ahead
What else can & should we do?
O Track students between TAS and COM, keep
better data
O Personalize transfer experience – placement
test preparation, 1:1 application assistance,
financial aid information and assistance for
dreamers/AB540
O Continuous improvement cycle
Make Connections!
Develop A Strong Partnership
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Get to know community college (cc) counselors
Introduce yourself to the cc outreach coordinator
Ask for cc presenters to come to your adult school
Create links to college on your adult school site, make it easy
for students to find
Present adult school program to cc staff, vice-versa
Know the college schedule of classes, recommend some to
your students
Make time to complete online apps with students, understand
the process
Learn about placement testing, how to assist students.
Understand cc special programs, learning communities, e.g.,
EOPS, Puente Program, First Year Experience class
Identify and build upon shared mission and outcomes
Schedule regular meetings with cc outreach coordinator, or
other designated staff members
How Will You Partner For
Student Success?
Resources & Links
O Tam Adult School www.tamadulted.org
O Jaemi Naish: [email protected]
O College of Marin www.marin.edu
O Anna Pilloton: [email protected]
O OTAN: http://www.otan.us/
O OTAN Students Succeed nomination form:
http://www.adultedlearners.org/index.cfm?f
useaction=nominationForm
Above & Beyond
O TAS is advertised on
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COM webpage
COM is advertised on
TAS webpage
Counseling 115b –
taught on TAS campus
Anna attends and has
been a speaker at TAS
graduation
Jaemi attends annual
countywide counselor
meeting
O www.marin.edu
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http://www.marin.edu/student_services/Assessm
entAndTesting/other.html
O www.tamadulted.org
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http://www.tamdistrict.org/Page/7877

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