Tag Archives: CCAE

CCAE: Write Governor Brown about SB 68 (Lara)

**Tell Governor Brown to Sign SB 68 (Lara) Today!**   As you may know, we have less than 12 hours left to go in the 2017 Legislative Session.  The Legislature has been on the Senate and Assembly Floor for the last two weeks working through hundreds of bills in preparation for adjournment this evening. By the time they adjourn, they ...

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CCAE Educate and Elevate Campaign

To: All CCAE Members    Re: COABE and State Directors National Campaign to Save Adult Education     The website (HERE) has been established by COABE as a joint effort between the State Directors of Adult Education and COABE to prevent any cut to adult education funding at the federal level. As you know the first Trump budget proposal for ...

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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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New CCAE Scholarship Fund for Adult Ed Students

From CCAE:When you support Adult Ed, you help adults reach their goals and achieve their potential. Adult education provides a pathway out of poverty into the middle class; it gives students a hand up, not a hand out. CCAE is dedicated to supporting schools in this endeavor by ensuring adequate funding for adult education. However, we need your help in ...

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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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CCAE Leg Day and State Conference

From CCAE Executive Director Adriana Sanchez-Aldana: CCAE Members and Friends, Throughout the year, there are many important activities that take place in your local chapters; in the six CCAE state sections; and at the state level. The spring brings us two important statewide activities in which I hope you will find yourself actively engaged. Our two statewide events are the ...

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CCAE Legislative Analyst Dawn Koepke’s Analysis of Gov. Brown’s 2016-17 Budget Proposal

From CCAE Legislative Analyst Dawn Koepke: Governor Releases FY 16-17 Budget Package   Last week Governor Brown released his proposed $170 billion ($122 General Fund) FY 16-17 budget package that provides his initial road map for state spending in FY 16-17.  It is merely the opening salvo in a long process that will play out with legislative budget hearings and ...

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CCAE 2016 Conference April 21-23 – Registration Now Open

From CCAE: “This year’s CCAE state conference, “Adult Education: The Bridge to College, Careers, and Communities,” will distinguish our role and the impact adult educators make on a daily basis throughout our state. These past couple of years have been full of transition and change for California Adult Education; therefore, the Bay Section is putting together a conference filled with ...

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CCAE Call for Presentations for 2016 State Conference.

CCAE 2016 State Conference Call for Presentations The call for presentations at the CCAE – California Council for Adult Education – 2016 State Conference is now open. Proposals must be received by the deadline of 11:59 p.m. PST, on November 20, 2015, for consideration for the 2016 CCAE State Conference.  Click here to submit your proposal. This year the State Conference ...

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CCAE: At Attempt at Clarity to Avoid Audit Exceptions & Penalties

From CCAE Legislative Analyst Dawn Koepke: An Attempt at Clarity to Avoid Audit Exceptions & Penalties We’ve heard from across the state that you all are working earnestly to implement the new era of adult education; however, you’ve also shared questions and concerns about the details of moving forward.  I believe we can all agree that the Adult Ed Block ...

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