Tag Archives: Budget

LAO Overview on Adult Education

Posted from OTAN News: LAO Provides Overview of Adult Education   Posted on 04/10/2017 The Legislative Analyst�s Office (LAO), the Legislature�s nonpartisan fiscal advisor, issued a report to the Senate Budget and Fiscal Review Subcommittee No. 1 on Education, which provided an overview of adult education in California. The report provided background and an assessment of the adult education program including ...

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CCAE Alert: Trump Admin Budget Proposal for Adult Ed

First, a reminder:  Most of California’s Adult Ed funds come through the state but some comes in from the federal government through WIOA – the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act. From CCAE – California Council of Adult Education: From:      Art Ellison, State Director’s S.P.O.C. Network Administrator   Alert:      Trump Administration Budget Proposal for Adult Education (FY18)     The first ...

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Kristen Pursley: Write Gov Brown to Request Funds for Adult Schools

Shared with permission rom Kristen Pursley’s Save Your Adult School blog: Write Governor Brown Now to Request More Funding for Adult Schools Posted on February 5, 2017 by kpursley In January, Governor Brown released a proposed 2017-2018 budget that, once again, fails to provide any additional money for California�s adult schools.  The  amount of the Adult Education Block Grant (AEBG), which ...

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2017-18 Brown Budget Proposal: Still No Increase for Adult Education

Information for funding Adult Education is now in the “Investing in California’s Workforce” section of the budget.  In the past, there was information about Adult Education in the K12 and Higher Education sections.  It seems Governor Brown is slowly but surely framing Adult Education as being less about education and more about work.  That’s a nice way to avoid the truth ...

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CCAE Thanksgiving and Forward Update

Adult Education Update Important Dates & Deadlines 11/30                Adjournment of the 2015-16 Legislative Session sine die12/5                  2017-2018 Session Begins12/6 – 1/2        Legislative Winter Recess1/10                  Governor’s 2017-2018 Budget Proposal Deadline Thankful & Looking Forward…by Dawn Koepke, CCAE Legislative Advocate    The last four years together have been an amazing journey with you all in the K12 adult education community.  ...

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CCAE: July 7, 2016 Adult Education Update

Adult Education Update from CCAE – California Council for Adult Education epor: Adult Education Block Grant Program: Report AB 1846 (Lopez):  Adult Education Blog Grant Program (Report)  Current law requires the chancellor and the Superintendent to submit to the Director of Finance, the State Board of Education, and the Legislature, by September 30 following any year for which funds are ...

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Letter Campaign for Adequate Funding for Adult Education #RestoreAdEd

The deadline for an approved budget for California is June 30.  Now is a key time to express to legislative leaders what our needs are in Adult Schools and Adult Education.   Below is information to help you with letter writing campaigns for adequate funding for Adult Education and in support Assembly Patty Lopez bill AB1846 which would increase funding for Adult Education ...

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AB1846 Fact Sheet and Update

Assembly Member Patty Lopez produced the following fact sheet about AB1846.    Assembly Member Lopez authored the bill which is now co-authored by Republican Assembly Member Rocky Chavez and Democrat Assembly Member Eduardo Garcia.The bill goes to Assembly Appropriations on Wednesday, May 11, at 9 am in Room 4202.  The merits of the bill as it regards to its financial impact  will be heard at ...

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Comments on the Edsource Article

A lot of information, insight, and wisdom is to be found in the comments on the Edsource article, “Bill Would Increase Funding for Adult Education by 250 Million.”  As of Wednesday evening, May 4, 2016, here are the comments so far: Jae Woon Jeong: I came from Korea last year and have been studying English at Pacific Grove Adult School ...

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