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October 5, 2016
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Article1Webinar This Week: AEBG Status Update and What's Next
This week's webinar on Friday, October 7th at 12:00PM will be hosted by Debra Jones from the Community College Chancellor's Office and Chris Nelson from the California Department of Education. They will be providing a status update on AEBG and providing a preview of what to expect in the coming months. The webinar will be recorded and posted to the AEBG Webinar Series page. Visit that page or see below for directions on connecting to the webinar.
 
How to Connect to the Webinars: 
  • Dial your telephone conference line: (888) 886-3951
  • Cell phone users dial: 913-312-3202
  • Enter your passcode: 314393
  • Go to 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.

Article32016 AEBG Annual Summit Registration Now Closed, Those on Waiting List will be Contacted
The registration is now closed for the 2016 AEBG Summit: Moving the Needle. There are some extra spots available and those on the waiting list will be contacted regarding registration.


The summit is on Tuesday, November 1, from 10:30AM to 5:00PM and Wednesday, November 2, from 8:30AM to 2:00PM at the Sheraton Grand Sacramento located at 1230 J Street, Sacramento, CA. Event check-in will begin at 9:00 AM on November 1, and the Summit will kick off at 10:30 AM.
 
The theme for this year's summit, "Moving the Needle", focuses on the progress and change that impacts adult education. Additionally, areas such as WIOA alignment, performance measures, data collection, consortia effectiveness and shaping the long-term vision for California's adult education system will be addressed. 


The AEBG team has lined up a great group of speakers and presenters so stay tuned for updates including the Summit agenda, speakers, and breakout sessions by visiting the AEBG.cccco.edu summit page
 
 
Article4FY2016-17 Annual Plan Contingent Approval Letter
The AEBG Office has issued a letter providing Contingent Approval to all AEBG Regional Consortia FY2016-17 Annual Plans. The letter provides an official approval to begin spending AEBG 2016-17 program funds.  




Article4AEBG Reporting Summary
There have recently been questions regarding the reporting schedule for the AEBG 2016-17 funds, AEBG 2015-16 funds and the Data and Accountability funds.  To help your region keep track of the expenditure reporting requirements, we have added a new reporting summary table.  This table can be found via the Calendar of Due Dates dropdown under the AEBG Grantees Tab on our website. 




Article5Clarification on Funding Allocations
We have received several emails from regions confused about their funding allocations.  If you have a K-12 district or COE fiscal agent or are a direct funded K-12 or COE member, please CLICK HERE for the CDE apportionment link to view your allocation schedule. If you have a community college district fiscal agent or are a direct funded community college member, please CLICK HERE for the Chancellor's Office apportionment link (and select the Adult Ed tab) to view your allocation schedule. 


Remember, if you have a fiscal agent, the break down of funding by member will be listed on the CFAD signed by all members and submitted to the AEBG Office in May 2016, not on the allocation schedule.  The CFADs for each consortia can be viewed through the details page of the Consortia Directory ( CLICK HERE for the Consortia Directory)


Article5Economic Mobility Tool
In May of 2015, the New York Times released a report on economic mobility.  The report highlighted research completed by Raj Chetty and Nathaniel Hendren at Harvard University that demonstrates that the neighborhood  in which a child lives and grows up affects their opportunity for upward economic mobility. The report was accompanied by a tool that allows one to compare where they live or work with other areas across the country.  This tool may provide interesting insight for AEBG Adult Education consortia about their regions.


Article7Have Questions or Comments?

Send them to AEBG@cccco.edu
Have questions or comments regarding AEBG? Please help us help you by sending any questions or comments to aebg@cccco.edu. Sending them to the AEBG inbox helps us get back to you more quickly and efficiently!




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