PPTX - Sequoias Adult Education Consortium

Report
Overview of the Two
Systems
Adult Education
in K-12
Types of Programs
• Adult Secondary Education
• High School Diploma
• GED Prep English/Spanish
• Credit Recovery
• Adult Basic Education
• Language Arts and Math
• English as a Second Language
• Disabled Adults
• ABLE Industries
• Creative Center
3
Types of Programs (cont.)
• Career Technical Education
• Medical/Nursing
• Medical Office Assistant
• Phlebotomy
• Certified Nursing Assistant
• Licensed Vocational Nurse
• Welding
• Computer/ Business Education
• Culinary Arts
Student Characteristics
• 18-60+ years of age
• 70% lack High School Diploma/GED
• Unemployed or Dislocated Worker
• Single Parents
• Multiple Barriers
• Limited English Students
5
Number of Students
Unduplicated 2013-14
• Cutler-Orosi Adult School
164
• Hanford Adult School
559
• Porterville Adult School
2100
• Tulare Adult School
3015
• Visalia Adult School
3719
• Total
9,557
Funding Structure
• Prior to 2013
•
•
•
•
•
ADA Based
525 hours=1 ADA
ADA Cap
Fees for CTE
Grants
• Carl Perkins
• WIA-Adult Education
& Family Literacy
• CalWORKS
• Post 2013
• Maintenance of
Effort for 2013-14
and 2014-15
• Expires June 30, 2015
• Fees for CTE
• Grants
• Carl Perkins
• WIA- Adult Education
& Family Literacy
• CalWORKS
Student Enrollment Process
• Process varies by school and program
• Adult Secondary, Adult Basic Education,
ESL –Open Enrollment
• Orientation/Placement Testing/Counselor
• CTE-Managed Enrollment
Required Assessments
• Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment
System (CASAS)
• California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE)
Support Services
• School Counselor
• Special Education Services
• Workforce Investment Department
• Department of Rehabilitation
• Proteus
• CalWORKS
• Tribal Agencies
• Child Care Services-Visalia
Employment Requirements
Adult Secondary,
Basic Education, ESL
• Bachelor’s Degree
• California Multiple
Subjects or Single
Subject Teaching
Teaching Credential
Or
• California Designated
Subjects Adult
Education
Career Technical Education
• Three years work
experience in the
designated field.
• California Designated
Subjects Career
Technical Education
Teaching Credential
Questions?
Education in the
Community College
College of the Sequoias
Students
14
COS Apportionment
Apportionment FTES
12,000
10,000
8,000
6,000
4,000
2,000
0
Unfunded FTES
Funded FTES
COS Student
Demographics
Fall Enrollment by Ethnicity
100%
90%
3%
4%
4%
5%
5%
80%
70%
34%
33%
30%
29%
27%
60%
Alas/Nat.Amer
Black/Af.Amer
40%
20%
Non-res. Alien
Unknown
50%
30%
Pac.Isl.
Asian
51%
53%
56%
57%
58%
Two or more
White
10%
Hispanic
0%
Fall 2009
Fall 2010
Fall 2011
Fall 2012
Fall 2013
More Demographics
Fall Enrollment by Age
100%
90%
5%
4%
13%
12%
22%
21%
80%
70%
3%
12%
3%
12%
3%
13%
18%
18%
18%
50+
60%
50%
40%
31%
31%
32%
30%
29%
10%
25-29
30-49
19 or less
30%
20%
Unknown
30%
32%
34%
Fall 2009
Fall 2010
Fall 2011
37%
38%
Fall 2012
Fall 2013
0%
20-24
COS Programs
COS Costs
• Tuition for credit courses: $46 per unit
• Tuition for noncredit courses:
• Tuition and Fees per semester: $1362
• Books estimated per semester: $800
COS Financial Aid
Year
Total
Number of
Students
Applied for
financial
aid
Received
Board of
Governors
Fee Waiver
Received
Financial
Aid
2012/13
14,265
10,610
9458
9209
Types of Financial Aid:
Board of Governor’s Fee Waivers
Federal Pell Grants
Cal Grants (A and B)
Student loans
COS Student Support
Services
COS Enrollment
Process
Registration Checklist
COS Web Application (credit or noncredit)
Orientation
Placement Test
Meet with a counselor
Register for classes
Complete Financial Aid Paperwork
COS Placements
Math
88% of First-time Students Test below Transfer Level in Math
COS Placements
English
64% of First-time Students test below transfer level in English
COS Placements ESL
COS Funding Structure
Income Categories & Annual Expenditures
Enrollment
Funds
5%
Student Fees
1%
Other
2%
Lottery Funds
2%
Eductation
Protection
Account
16%
Local Taxes
State Apportionment
Local Taxes
23%
Eductation Protection
Account
Lottery Funds
Enrollment Funds
State
Apportionment
51%
Student Fees
Other
COS Employment
Requirements for Teachers
• Title 5 and Academic Senate
• Disciplines requiring a master’s degree (e.g. academic
areas: English, math, business, ESL, counseling)
• Disciplines requiring a specific bachelor’s or associate
degree (e.g. biotechnology)
• Disciplines where a master’s degree is not generally
expected or available – BA and 2 years experience
(Career Technical Education (CTE) – (e.g. agriculture
production, architecture, automotive, computer
information services, culinary arts, legal assisting,
manufacturing technology, pharmacy technology,
welding)

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