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Report
A New Day…
Conference Roadmap
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FY 15-16 Budget Discussion
AB 86 Update, Best Practices & Next Steps
CDE Update
Assemblyman Patrick O’Donnell
FY 15-16 Group Think
Department of Finance
Assemblyman Kevin McCarty
So…What’s Next?
A New Day – Budget
Overview & Next Steps
Dawn Koepke
Legislative & Budget Advocate
Roadmap
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Historical Perspective & Context
Current State of Adult Education
K12 Adult Education Challenges
Proposals Offered
FY 15-16 Budget Plan
The Good, Bad & Messy
Historical Perspective & Context
• Budget Impacts
– Deficits; Massive Cuts to Education, Deficits – Categorical Flex
• AE Reform Proposals to Date
• CDE Strategic Plan
– Collaborative Leadership; Curriculum & Instruction – Refocus AE
Program Areas; Data & Accountability
• Little Hoover Commission Report – CCC Shift
• Legislative Analysts Office Report
– Bifurcated System, Better Coordination; Refocus Program Areas
– Dedicated Funding
• Governor’s Budget Proposals – CCC Shift, Consortia
Current State of Adult Education
• MOE through FY 14-15 – July 1, 2015
• AB 86 Consortia Planning Process
• Momentum Builds
– Legislative Support
– Change of Heart
• Administration & DOF Support Dual Delivery
K12 Adult Education Challenges
• AB 86 Consortia Effort
– Focus Beyond Coordination & Pathway
Development
– Level Playing Field
• Funding Driven by Consortia Plans
– Lack of Stability for K-12 Adult Education
Proposals Offered
• Attempt at Win-Win that Protects K-12 AE
• Two Overarching Principles:
• Dual Delivery System w/ System Specific Dedicated
Funding
• Continue Consortia Efforts for Coordination &
Pathways between Systems
Proposals Offered
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Maintenance of Capacity – Stability Funding – #1 Priority
Joint Decision Making – SPI & CCCCO Regional Allocation
SPI / CCCCO Interagency Agreement (Perkins Model)
Consideration of all Funding among Stakeholders /
Partners
• Consortia – Legally Binding Decision Making Structure for
Funding, Programmatic Decisions, Reporting
• Accountability / Outcomes
FY 15-16 Budget Plan
• $500 million Adult Education Block Grant
– AB 86 Program Areas
– Maintenance of Capacity / MOE Backfill for FY 15-16 (~$300350 million) – Direct, Dedicated Funding
– Joint Decision Making – SPI & CCCCO Regional Allocation
– Allocation Committee – Funding Decisions
– Funding to CCCCO as State Fiscal Agent
• Possible CDE Interagency Agreement
– Likely Local Fiscal Agent Beyond Maintenance of
Capacity
The Good, Bad & Messy
• Good = Stability, Maintenance of Capacity for FY 15-16
– Direct Funding thru CDE – Interagency Agreement
• Bad = Key Issues for Further Work
– Funding through CCCO as State Fiscal Agent
– Likely Local Fiscal Agent
– Allocation Committee
• Disconnect w/ Consortia Decision Making & Structure
• Prop 98 Funding Questions/Legality
• Messy = Role & Funding of other Stakeholders
Questions?
AB 86 Update, Best Practices
& Next Steps
CDE Update
Russ Weikle
Director, Career and College
Transition Division
FY 15-16 Budget Stakeholder
Panel Discussion
Assemblyman Patrick
O’Donnell
Chair
Assembly Education
Committee
Group Think – FY 15-16
Budget Plan
Department of Finance
Chris Lief
Assistant Budget Program
Manager
Assemblyman Kevin McCarty
Chair
Assembly Budget SubCommittee
#2
Education Finance
So….What’s Next?
Dawn Koepke
Legislative & Budget Advocate
Opportunity is Knocking…
• Department of Finance Rapport &
Engagement
• Dual Delivery System Commitment
• Legislative Engagement & Support
• Stakeholder & Ally Engagement
Efforts Ongoing
• Department of Finance/Administration Mtgs
• Member Meetings
• Budget & Policy Committee Hearings
– AE Focused Informational Hearing
• Continued Coalition Engagement
• Talking Points – AE Field, Legislature
Path to Success
• Critical to Continue Grassroots Advocacy &
Local Legislator Outreach
– Regional Consortia Effort NOT a Replacement
– Still Work to be Done
• Attend Leg Day – March 24th
If you’re not at the table…
you’re on the menu!
Questions?

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