CAEP Allocation Amendment: 2019-20 29 Marin County Adult Education Block Grant Consortium

Status: Certified

CAEP Allocation Amendment: 2019-20 Produced: Jun 27, 2019, 1:26 PM UTC Bob Raines

29 Marin County Adult Education Block Grant Consortium

Allocation Amendment Summary

Fiscal Declaration

The Fiscal Declaration information in this section has been provided as a courtesy. It has not been changed since CFAD has been approved by the Member Representatives.

Consortium Name
29 Marin County Adult Education Block Grant Consortium
Funding Channel
Fiscal Agent
Fiscal Agent
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The 19-20 CFAD allocations are consistent with the plan of the Marin Adult Education Consortium to fund and advance the following 19-20: High School Diploma/High School Equivalency (HSD/HSE) attainment at MCOE, NUSD, SRCS, and TAS. Additional funding at SRCS will support the delivery of HSD/HSE instruction to the concentrated newcomer adult population in San Rafael who have aged out of traditional HS education. NUSD will concentrate on increasing student persistence, learning gains, and the number of HSD/HSE earned. SUSD will expand adult education offerings to include HSE classes. Delivery of English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction and student support at College of Marin, NUSD, SRCS, SUSD, TAS. The HSD/HSE, and ESL programs, now offered throughout Marin County, include newer programs in Central and West Marin. These are areas which were not easily served by existing programs in 2015 16. Programs to teach adults how to support their child(ren) s academic success at MCOE and TAS. Programs will be concentrated in Central Marin which has the largest number of non-native English speakers and lowest high school graduation rates in the county. Non-Credit CTE at COM and TAS. College of Marin will continue to develop non-credit CTE programming and evaluate the success of the pilot construction program that was launched in 2018 in partnership with a local CBO. An in-Home Caregiver course will continue at Tamalpais Adult School. Plans are underway to conduct this non-credit course at other sites within the consortium. SUSD will evaluate and may implement certification coursework for home health care assistants. Pre-apprenticeship. The consortium is benefiting from a leveraged program (funded by Prop 98), North Bay Trades Introduction Program, to offer a pre-apprenticeship course within the county. Member and Program Data and Accountability: In 19-20, the Consortium will prioritize the collection and evaluation of program outcomes and metrics to support the assessment of member effectiveness and financial need. Additionally, the consortium will review and further develop the services provided by the Adult Education Transition Outreach Counselor as well as the Marin Consortium Outreach & Support Coordinator, to bolster the community awareness of and access to existing adult ed programs.
The change in funding amounts reflect the needs of members and existing programs, as unanimously determined by the Marin Adult Education Program Governance Committee.

Amended Member Allocations for 2019-20

Member Agency Amended Allocation Adjustment Made
Marin CCD $229,919 -$486
Marin Co. Office of Education $154,919 -$486
Novato Unified $208,063 -$486
San Rafael City High $181,193 -$485
Shoreline Unified $33,919 -$486
Tamalpais Union High $697,080 -$486
Total Allocated to Members $1,505,093
Total CAEP Funds $1,505,093
Total Remaining (Must be $0) $0


Marin CCD - Member Representative

  • Katheryn Horton
  • Director of Workforce Programs
  • (415) 457-8811 ext: 8108
  • Kathleen Antokhin
  • Program Coordinator- Workforce Projects
  • (415) 457-8811 ext: 8183
Approved by Kathleen Antokhin


Novato Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Karen Valentine


Marin Co. Office of Education - Member Representative

Approved by Ken Lippi


Tamalpais Union High - Member Representative

Approved by Jaemi Naish


San Rafael City High - Member Representative

Approved by Kevin Kerr


Shoreline Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Bob Raines