Dr. Debra Jones - California Workforce Association

Report
AB 86: Adult Education
Consortia Planning 2013-2015
Dr. Carmen Martínez-Calderón
Dr. Debra Jones
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http://ab86.cccco.edu
Strengthening California’s Workforce
• State Outlook - Statistics
• Connection between Workforce and Adult
Education
• Commitment from Legislature
• What we’ve done
• Why you need to be involved
• How you can be involved
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State Outlook
Monthly Labor Force Data for Counties – January 2014-Preliminary – Data Not Seasonally Adjusted
Employment Development Department, Labor Market Information Division, Report 400C, March 7, 2014
http://www.calmis.ca.gov/file/lfmonth/countyur-400c.pdf
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MT OJT = Moderate Term on the Job Training,
LT OJT = Long Term on the Job Training
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MT OJT = Moderate Term on the Job Training,
LT OJT = Long Term on the Job Training
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MT OJT = Moderate Term on the Job Training,
LT OJT = Long Term on the Job Training
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http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ovae/pi/AdultEd/state-profiles/california.pdf
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http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ovae/pi/AdultEd/state-profiles/california.pdf
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$25 Million Statewide for 2 Year Planning
AB 86, Section 76, Article 3
• Consortium shall consist of:
– School district – required
– Community college district – required
• Consortia may include other adult education providers
• Consortium determines fiscal agent
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Regional Consortia Grant Funds
• The consortia will use funding to develop regional plans for
adult education in:
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.
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Organizational Structure
• Cabinet
– The California Community College Chancellor’s Office (CCCCO) and the
California Department of Education (CDE) have jointly established an AB 86
Cabinet of six members, three from each agency.
• Work Group
– Established by the AB 86 Cabinet
– Twelve members,
• Four representing adult education programs in school districts
• Four representing adult education programs in community colleges.
• Four staff members, two from the CCCCO and two from the CDE, are also
in the Work group.
• Guiding Principles
– Inclusion, Transparency, Equality, Representation of Adult
Learners
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What is a “Region”?
• The AB86 Work Group has recognized the need to
define “Region”
• For the purpose of planning we are using the bill language
which defines region as the geographic boundaries of
community college districts.
• 72 Community College District Boundaries
• Boundaries are used for the purpose of defining a consortia
geographical area and NOT to define leadership roles within
consortiums.
• Shared Leadership
• Map on Website
• Partners and Members
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Website - http://ab86.cccco.edu
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AB86 Planning
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Website - http://ab86.cccco.edu
Survey of Interest
Town Hall Meetings
Stakeholder Sounding Board (Unions, CWIB, Apprenticeship)
Expert Panel
State Reports
FAQs on website
CoE released in December
Webinar Series
Demographic Data Posted
E-Newsletter
Analysis
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Sample Demographic Data
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Partners
Workforce Investment Boards
• 56 of 70 consortia included WIBs (80%)
• 41 of the 49 WIBs are included in the consortia plans (83%).
County Office of Education
• 33 of 70 consortia included (47%).
• 38 of the 58 COEs are included in the consortia plans (65%)
Regional Occupation Centers & Programs
• 20 of 70 consortia included ROCPs (28%).
• 28 of the 72 ROPs are included in the consortia plans (38%).
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Partners
• Community Based Organizations: 44 of 70
(62%)
• County Social Services: 41 of 70 (58%)
• Public Libraries: 36 of 70 (51%)
• Unions/Employers: 36 of the 70 (51%)
• Jails: 28 of 70 (40%)
• State Partners: 26 of 70 (37%)
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What We Hear from the Field
• Regional Structures in place
• Resource - More information needed
• From silo to information exchange
• Labor force needs within regions
• Training providers – collaboration efforts to leverage
resources
• Pipeline from education to workforce
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Moving Forward
• Local Plans
• Building Bridges
• Report to Leg
– March 2014
– March 2015
• Regional Comprehensive Plans
• Conclusions
• Recommendations
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Questions for Discussion
• Are you currently involved, actively planning?
• How will you strengthen your participation
within consortia?
• What are the challenges of collaboration with
educational institutions?
• What resources would be helpful to facilitate
involvement?
• What can we do?
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Questions, Ideas, and Comments
Dr. Carmen Martínez-Calderón
California Department of Education
(916) 319-0479
[email protected]
Dr. Debra Jones
California Community College Chancellor’s Office
(916) 322-6972
[email protected][email protected]
• http://ab86.cccco.edu
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