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Spring 2015 Legislative Events Addressing Adult Education

Your participation is the needed piece This Spring, there are several important committee meetings in Sacramento affecting Adult Education and Adult Schools.  The public is welcome at all these meetings and there is always a time for public comment at the end.  You do not need to make a reservation to attend.  Simply show up.  Getting there early assures you a ...

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Adult Ed Spring Events 2015

It’s Spring – and that means conferences and conventions and legislative hearings and meetings and lots of talk about budget leading up to July 1st, 2015, the start of a new fiscal year and a new era for Adult Education in California. Each event has its own focus.  Every event is a chance to connect with and learn from others.  Here’s ...

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Two Don’t Miss Webinars on the Adult Ed Budget

Two don’t miss webinars on the Adult Ed Budget: 1.  Thursday, January 29th at 4 pm   CCAE webinar on the State Budget and Adult Ed.“We will be hosting our third webinar this Thursday, January 29th at 4 p.m. in order to provide an update on the Governor’s FY 15-16 Budget for adult education.   Our Legislative and Governmental Budget Advocate Dawn Koepke ...

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CCAE’s Analysis of Brown’s Budget: Stability

Here is CCAE Legislative Analyst Dawn Koepke’s analysis of Gov. Brown’s Budget Proposal.   FY 15-16 Budget Overview – “Stability” By Dawn Koepke, CCAE Legislative Analyst We’ve been anxiously awaiting news, having worked so hard to make meaningful headway with the Administration and Department of Finance (DOF) on the future of adult education.  All of that hard work culminated in ...

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First Step in the Dance: Brown’s Budget Proposal

“May I have this dance?” This Friday, January 9th, Governor Brown is expected to present his proposal for the 2015-16 budget. The MOE – the Maintenance of Effort – Clause, which has been holding the K12 Adult School system up since flex broke it, ends June 30, 2015.  Removing the MOE is like taking a cast off a broken leg.  ...

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All Out For Berkeley Adult School

Destabilization leads to problems.Destabilization makes an individual, a group, or an institution vulnerable to disease, infiltration, attack, and at worst, death or extinction. Stabilization not only keeps the individual, group or institution strong, it enables the individual, group or institution to provide shelter, support, and sustenance to others.  Help or harm – in domino effect. Hit the “read more” link ...

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Set Your Clocks to January 9

January 9th, 2015.  A Friday.That’s when Governor Brown is expected to release his Budget Proposal.The one that will say whether things will get easier or harder for K12 Adult Schools.Here’s the full scoop from CCAE on what that might mean for Adult Schools and what need to do in the time leading up to his announcement.By the way, membership to ...

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CCAE November Communicator: The Countdown Begins

For the full November Communicator, click here.  Here is the Legislative Update:   The Countdown Begins   The countdown has begun – 11 weeks to the release of the January FY 15-16 budget proposal that will provide insight in to the future of adult education.  While we believe we have made significant headway with the Department of Finance (DOF) this ...

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CCAE Webinar October 23, 2014

CCAE – California Council for Adult Education – is planning another webinar.   Their August webinar included much helpful information.  This one will certainly hold the same.  The scoop: Date and time: Thursday, October 23, 2014 3:00 pm     Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes Description: We will be hosting our second webinar to provide an update on the status of adult education ...

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