- Brief Lays Out Co-Enrollment as Tool to Facilitate Adult Learner Transitions
- Upcoming Deliverables
- Resources for Q4 Reporting - Data Due Aug. 1
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- California Economic Summit in Search of Successful Innovative Partnerships
- Three-Year Planning Toolkit
Contra Costa County Adult Education Consortium (CCCAEC) helps students prepare for college and career advancement. Find out how CCCAEC is building a new future for adult education in Contra Costa County by reading the catalog: "Go Further."
Data and Accountability Systems and Common Assessment in the California Adult Education Block Grant Program
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and the California Department of Education are pleased to present this progress report of the Adult Education Block Grant in response to the requirements outlined in Assembly Bill 104, Section 84920.
Assembly Bill 104, Section 84920 requires the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and the California Department of Education to identify common measures for determining the effectiveness of members of each consortium.