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AB 86: Adult Education
Technical Assistance Webinar to Focus on
Objectives 3, 5, 6 & 7
Agenda for Today’s Webinar
Update on the Plans
Strategies to Address the Gaps
Next Round of Deliverables
Objectives / Tables
Feedback on the Objectives
AB86 Summit
Update on AB86 plans
• Received 68 of the 70 plans.
• Forty-seven submitted strategies to address
the gaps.
• Twenty-one are meeting this month to
develop strategies and complete Objective #4.
• Plans are a work in progress as we continue to
fine tune with the goal of having the first draft
of the regional plan by the end of the year.
Strategies to Address the Gaps (to date)
Increase Capacity – 85%
Supportive Services – 70.2%
Curriculum Development – 66%
Partnerships/Collaboration – 59.6%
Transitions/Bridge – 51.1%
Alignment of Services & Programs – 51.1%
Outreach – 48.9%
Access to services – 46.8%
Professional Development - 38.2%
Counseling & Guidance – 36.2%
Others – assessment, data, articulation, cte pathways
Next Round of Deliverables
• October 31, 2014: Regional Comprehensive Plan
• Each consortium must provide the AB86 Work Group
their plan to-date by October 31, 2014.
• Focus on Objectives 3, 5, 6, & 7
• Objectives 1 through 7 from the Regional Consortium
• Quarterly Expenditure & Progress Report.
Objective #3
• Plans for consortium members and partners to integrate existing
programs and create seamless transitions into postsecondary
education or the workforce.
• Show how you will align placement tools, curriculum, assessment
tools and rubrics, and student performance outcomes across
delivery systems to ensure that student transition paths, both
between providers and into postsecondary credit programs, are
understood and supported across all systems.
• Include a description of program alignment and pathways and
address support services needed to ensure that students have
access to educational advising and that they develop educational
plans to help them move toward their academic and career goals.
Objective #3 (specifics to include)
• Educational pathways
• Alignment of:
Progress indicators
Major outcomes - i.e., awards of high school diplomas, CTE certificates, etc.
• Transition strategies among the consortium participants’ systems
– Communication paths among consortium participants and higher education
– Defined and articulated pathways to postsecondary education or the
– Embedded access to student services including counseling, guidance, and
Objective #5
• Plans to employ approaches proven to accelerate a
student’s progress toward his or her academic or
career goals, such as contextualized basic skills and
career technical education, and other joint
programming strategies between adult education and
career technical education.
• Plans should address:
– how the consortium will identify and gather measurable
improvement metrics.
– how existing best practices and strategies such as those
described earlier will be implemented for each of the
program areas.
Objective #6
• Plans to collaborate in the provision of ongoing professional
development opportunities for faculty and other staff to help them
achieve greater program integration and improve student
• Collaborative professional development plans should identify topic
areas the consortium considers a priority, such as:
– Practices in basic and secondary skills that build the “college readiness”
– Team building, critical thinking, problem solving, study skills, soft skills,
and career assessment.
– Technology use and integration to enhance and expand technology in
– New models and instructional strategies for contextualized and/or
accelerated teaching and learning.
– Skills building intercultural competence among faculty, staff, and
Objective #7
• Describe how the consortium will leverage
existing assets or structures to benefit the
adult learners in the region. These assets or
structures might include, for example,
contributions from or collaborations with local
Workforce Investment Boards (WIBs), industry
employer groups, chambers of commerce, and
county libraries, COEs, employers, social
services, literacy groups, EDD, etc.
Objective 7 (cont.)
• Identify current engagement strategies and
describe how these strategies leverage regional
– Outreach by regional consortia to existing regional
– Utilization of existing regional resources
– Positioning of the regional consortium to be
responsive to economic needs
– Positioning of the consortium to be stronger and more
Feedback on the Objectives (1)
• Will consortia be held to a prescriptive
definition of deliverables or can we address
objectives in spirit of AB86?
Feedback on the Objectives (2)
• Must objectives 3, 4, 5, 6, & 7 be completed
by program area? Some of the objectives
overlap. Please clarify.
Feedback on the Objectives (3)
• If we are reporting by program area for the
objectives, how do we avoid thinking in silos?
Feedback on the Objectives (4)
• Will you allow consortia flexibility in how they
structure their plans as long as we directly
respond to the objectives?
AB86 Summit
Monday, October 6th 11:00AM-5:00PM and Tuesday, October 7th 8:00AM-3:00PM
Sheraton Grand in Sacramento (1230 J Street, Sacramento, CA).
Four representatives from each consortium are invited to attend.
– 2 Regional Consortia Planning Leaders: one representing a member Community College
District and one representing a member School District
– 2 Faculty/Teachers: One from a member Community College District and one from a
member School District.
Hotel reservations for attendees for the night of October 6th can be made using a
link that will be provided to registrants. Be sure registrants use this link to make
hotel reservations. The hotel cost will be paid for the night of October 6th directly
for the up to four registrants from each consortium.
Travel expenses will be reimbursed and do not need to come from your regional
planning grant. Please refer to your local travel expense policy for guidelines.
Expenses must be reasonable and responsible.
Questions / Comments
• Final Comments
• Questions?