The AEBG Office has established three field teams: the Data and Accountability Committee, the CTE Assessment Committee and the ABE/ASE/ESL Committee. The committees are made up of select representatives of K-12 adult schools, community college credit programs and community college noncredit programs. These members will be joined by representatives from the California Department of Education and from the Chancellor's Office.
The Data and Accountability committee will develop recommendations regarding metric definitions, data tracking, assessment, and accountability reporting for AEBG. The CTE Assessment and the Adult Basic Education/Adult Secondary Education/English as a Second Language (ABE/ASE/ESL) committees will examine issues pertaining to how each program area should be assessed for AEBG. The committees' recommendations will be presented in a summary paper. The recommendations also will be included in comprehensive documentation of data and accountability requirements for AEBG grantees, and it will be used to develop the assessment and accountability report due to the legislature Aug. 1.
The committees will meet between May and July. Below are links to the white paper prepared for the first meeting as well as the meeting agenda. For more information and future updates, visit aebg.cccco.edu.