A New Day… Conference Roadmap • • • • • • • • 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 • • • • • • 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 • • • • 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?