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AB 86: Adult Education Consortia Planning 2013-2015

Dr. Carmen Martínez-Calderón Dr. Debra Jones 4-22-14 http://ab86.cccco.edu

Strengthening California’s Workforce

• • • • • • State Outlook - Statistics Connection between Workforce and Adult Education Commitment from Legislature What we’ve done Why you need to be involved How you can be involved 4-22-14

State Outlook

Monthly Labor Force Data for Counties – January 2014-Preliminary – Data Not Seasonally Adjusted Employment Development Department, Labor Market Information Division, Report 400C, March 7, 2014 http://www.calmis.ca.gov/file/lfmonth/countyur-400c.pdf

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MT OJT = Moderate Term on the Job Training, LT OJT = Long Term on the Job Training 4-22-14

MT OJT = Moderate Term on the Job Training, LT OJT = Long Term on the Job Training 4-22-14

MT OJT = Moderate Term on the Job Training, LT OJT = Long Term on the Job Training 4-22-14

http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ovae/pi/AdultEd/state-profiles/california.pdf

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http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ovae/pi/AdultEd/state-profiles/california.pdf

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$25 Million Statewide for 2 Year Planning

AB 86, Section 76, Article 3 • Consortium shall consist of: – School district – required – Community college district – required • Consortia may include other adult education providers • Consortium determines fiscal agent 4-22-14

Regional Consortia Grant Funds

• The consortia will use funding to develop regional plans for adult education in: 1. Elementary and basic skills; classes required for HSD or equivalency certificate; 2. Classes for immigrants: ESL, citizenship, and workforce preparation; 3. Programs for adults with disabilities; 4. Short term CTE programs with high employment potential; and 5. Programs for apprentices.

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Organizational Structure

Cabinet – The California Community College Chancellor’s Office (CCCCO) and the California Department of Education (CDE) have jointly established an AB 86 Cabinet of six members, three from each agency.

Work Group – Established by the AB 86 Cabinet – Twelve members, • Four representing adult education programs in school districts • • Four representing adult education programs in community colleges. Four staff members, two from the CCCCO and two from the CDE, are also in the Work group.

Guiding Principles – Inclusion, Transparency, Equality, Representation of Adult Learners 4-22-14

What is a “Region”?

• The AB86 Work Group has recognized the need to define “Region” • • • For the purpose of planning we are using the bill language which defines region as the geographic boundaries of community college districts.

72 Community College District Boundaries Boundaries are used for the purpose of defining a consortia geographical area and NOT to define leadership roles within consortiums.

• • • Shared Leadership Map on Website Partners and Members 4-22-14

Website http://ab86.cccco.edu

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AB86 Planning

• • • • • • • • • • • • Website http://ab86.cccco.edu

Survey of Interest Town Hall Meetings Stakeholder Sounding Board (Unions, CWIB, Apprenticeship) Expert Panel State Reports FAQs on website CoE released in December Webinar Series Demographic Data Posted E-Newsletter Analysis 4-22-14 14

Sample Demographic Data

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Partners

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Workforce Investment Boards

56 of 70 consortia included WIBs (80%) 41 of the 49 WIBs are included in the consortia plans (83%).

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County Office of Education

33 of 70 consortia included (47%).

38 of the 58 COEs are included in the consortia plans (65%) • •

Regional Occupation Centers & Programs

20 of 70 consortia included ROCPs (28%).

28 of the 72 ROPs are included in the consortia plans (38%).

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Partners

• • • • • • Community Based Organizations: 44 of 70 (62%) County Social Services: 41 of 70 (58%) Public Libraries: 36 of 70 (51%) Unions/Employers: 36 of the 70 (51%) Jails: 28 of 70 (40%) State Partners: 26 of 70 (37%) 4-22-14

What We Hear from the Field

• • • Regional Structures in place Resource - More information needed • • • From silo to information exchange Labor force needs within regions Training providers – collaboration efforts to leverage resources Pipeline from education to workforce 4-22-14

Moving Forward

• • • Local Plans Building Bridges Report to Leg – March 2014 – March 2015 • Regional Comprehensive Plans • Conclusions • Recommendations 4-22-14

Questions for Discussion

• • • • • Are you currently involved, actively planning?

How will you strengthen your participation within consortia?

What are the challenges of collaboration with educational institutions?

What resources would be helpful to facilitate involvement?

What can we do?

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Questions, Ideas, and Comments

Dr. Carmen Martínez-Calderón

California Department of Education (916) 319-0479 [email protected]

Dr. Debra Jones

California Community College Chancellor’s Office (916) 322-6972 [email protected]

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http://ab86.cccco.edu

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