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February 17, 2016
 
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Article1This Week's Webinar: Trailer Billing Prepping for 2016-17, Data Collection, Effectiveness Measures Report
This week's webinar will focus on updates on funding, data collection, prepping for 2016-17, trailer bill, amended plans, and more. It's this Friday, February 19, from 12-1 p.m. and will be recorded and posted to the  AEBG Webinar series page. Visit that page or see below for directions on connecting to the webinar.  

  • Dial your telephone conference line: (888) 886-3951
  • Cell phone users dial: 913-312-3202
  • Enter your passcode: 314393
  • Go to http://www.cccconfer.org/
  • Click the Meetings tab at the top of the screen or the Join a Class or Meeting Button at the bottom of the screen
  • Locate your meeting and click Connect
  • Fill out the form using passcode 314393 and click Connect
Please note that some participants have been having trouble connecting to CCCConfer webinars possibly due to a system upgrade to Windows 10. If you are having trouble connecting, or have in the past, please contact CCCConfer Client Services so that they can provide assistance. You can contact them by phone at 1-760-744-1150 ext. 1537 or 1554, or by email at clientservices@cccconfer.org.


 
Article2AEBG Effectiveness Measures Report
AB104 requires that the Chancellor and the State Superintendent of Public Instruction identify the measures for assessing the effectiveness of consortia that will be used in the report that, pursuant to Section 84917, is to be submitted by Sep 30, 2016. The report includes measures for assessing consortium & member effectiveness, and performance outcomes.

 



Article3Funding FAQs Posted
The CDE posted Funding FAQs regarding AB104. To see the FAQs CLICK HERE or visit the resources tab on aebg.cccco.edu. You can also access these FAQs on the CDE site by CLICKING HERE .
Article4New Consortium Directory Added to Website
Visit the  Consortia tab on aebg.cccco.edu to take a look at our new consortia directory. Click on the icon in the details column to see more information on a region including contact information, members, and submitted documents. Stay tuned for more updates to this new feature!

Article5Practices with Promise Spotlight
 NOCRC Project Asparagus: I-BEST in Action
The North Orange County Regional Consortium for Adult Education is comprised of Anaheim Union High School District, Fullerton Joint Union High School District, North Orange Community College District, and Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District.

THE CHALLENGE
Often times ESL and/or Basic Skills students become frustrated with CTE programs because it would take so long for them to get through their ESL or Basic Skills program before they felt they were able to begin a CTE program or they attempted to struggle through the CTE program without the needed language or basic skills needed to be successful in the program, which often led to dropouts and/or failing the course.  The goal became to find a way to accelerate students' academic progress while ensuring they gain the requisite language and or other skills needed to successfully earn a CTE certificate and ultimately gain employment in their field of study.

THE SOLUTION
The NOCRC began an I-BEST action research project in Spring 2015 that added an ESL instructor with a CTE Intro to Pharmacy Tech course.  That first cohort gave valuable information that informed how NOCRC would design future I-BEST courses. NORCRC went on to expand this program.  Read more about their solution and the outcome on aebgpracticeswithpromis.com!

 
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Article7Practices with Promise: An Overview for Those Who Have Yet to Submit
The AEBG Practices with Promise site is a tool that allows regional consortia to share promising practices in adult education that are currently in use and proven to work across the state. These practices include current initiatives, pilot programs, or strategies employed in your region for any or all of the program areas as well as practices that have helped your planning process be a success.
 
We want to hear your stories and we want you to share your promising practices with your colleagues in adult education. Visit AEBGpracticeswithpromise.com to submit your story today!

 
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