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CCAE Membership Update: December 2017

Stay up to date with what is happening with CCAE by reading the December issue of the CCAE membership update. In this issue:

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Message from the Executive Director

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This year has gone by so quickly. It's hard to believe that we are once again approaching the year end holiday season and shortly thereafter the release of the governor's budget in January! 

I want to thank all of you who have submitted samples of your "Program Fact Sheets." These one-page summaries are important tools to share with our legislators locally, as well as in Sacramento during our annual Legislative Day event (scheduled for April 9-10, 2018). We have posted a few examples of Program Fact Sheets on the CCAE website under the Legislative tab, Grassroots Resources, and will post additional samples as we receive them. We'd also like to hear from you if you have waiting lists (subject, approximate number of potential students), and information on budget cuts to programs. Please submit your samples and waiting list details to Vittoria Abbate abbategv@mdusd.org and Adriana Sanchez-Aldana execdir@ccaestate.org if you have not already done so. 

With your support, we will continue to work on the following priorities:

  • Increased Funding
  • Indirect Rate Cap at 5% or less
  • Incorporating Immigrant Integration Metrics into AEBG
  • "Grant" in AEBG
  • Common Fee Policy

I am also excited to share that CCAE is compiling a directory of the most updated adult education providers which will include primary contacts, program areas in which they deliver instruction, and total number of students served. The goal is to strengthen local sharing of best practices by creating an easy to use directory of programs. As some of you might remember, we used to have this before flexibility and it was quite popular and useful. We need your help to ensure that this directory is complete and accurate. If you are the school administrator, please complete the California Adult School Information form for your school or contact membership@ccaestate.org for assistance.

My heartfelt thanks for the work you've already done, and I know you are ready for the work ahead. I look forward to working with you in 2018! Best wishes!

Adriana Sanchez-Aldana
Executive Director
California Council for Adult Education

 

AEBG REGIONAL CONSORTIUM DIRECTORY

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CCAE is compiling a directory of Adult Ed providers which will include primary contacts, program areas they deliver instruction in, and total number of students served. The goal is to strengthen local sharing of best practices by creating a directory of programs that is easy to use.

As you might remember, we had this before flexibility, and it was quite popular and useful. Complete the Adult Education Data form for your Adult Ed school to ensure it is included in the directory.  

If you need assistance, please contact membership@ccaestate.org to schedule an appointment with our dedicated staff who can help you or one of your lead staff complete the form in under 5 minutes.
 
We appreciate your help with this important work!

Sincerely,
  
Steve Curiel  
CCAE President

 

Latest News From Social Media


Raymond Lopez: Winner of the GoFundMe Scholarship

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Many members of CCAE and supporters of adult education came together to support adult education, with the intent of helping adults reach their goals and achieve their potential. As we know, adult education provides a pathway out of poverty into the middle class; it gives students a hand up, not a hand out.

Please join us in congratulating Raymond Lopez, the winner of the CCAE GoFundMe scholarship fund!


Student Success Story: RODNEY LACANIENTA

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As the Poway Adult School's Learning Center door opens and students begin to enter, there is a person who always stands out. His smile is always the first thing one notices. This happens every day the center is open, rain or shine. It's hard to believe that there was once a time when the dedication to learning and perseverance to succeed was not his number one priority.  

As he was growing up, Rodney Lacanienta made some poor choices, which included using drugs and joining a gang when he was 13 years old. By the time he was a junior in high school, he had been removed from school for several offenses, including drug use and fighting. He found himself in and out of institutions for the next several years. Read more >


2018 CCAE State Conference

Collaborate with your colleagues from around the state, in Fresno, California on May 3-5, 2018, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Fresno Convention Center.

 


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CCAE Membership

CCAE members receive a variety of great membership benefits.


travel benefits from ccae

Exclusive hotel savings for CCAE members. Save up to 55% over online travel agencies and enjoy the convenience of 24/7 concierge. A great option for personal vacations, quick weekend getaways, or business related travel! CCAE members receive discounted hotel rates through HotelStorm. This benefit can be used via the CCAE website (HERE). Remember to use the CCAE access passcode: CCAEperk