CAEP Allocation Amendment: 2019-20 34 Mt. San Antonio Regional Consortium for Adult Education

Status: Certified

CAEP Allocation Amendment: 2019-20 Produced: Jun 18, 2019, 9:11 PM UTC Madelyn Arballo

34 Mt. San Antonio Regional Consortium for Adult Education

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
34 Mt. San Antonio Regional Consortium for Adult Education
Funding Channel
Direct Funded
The new three-year plan for Mt. SAC Regional Consortium for Adult Education, under development at this time, is framed to continue existing goals and objectives in 2019-20. A plan team comprised of a combination of administrators and staff from across the consortium, convened monthly to review consortium performance data, local census information, labor market projections and stakeholder input. The general consensus was to continue focus on the identified goals of program growth, college and career pathways and transitions, online and distance learning, data and accountability, and increased student services. Funds will continue to be used to support the ongoing operations of member campuses for CAEP designated areas and to implement consortium goals and objectives. Though these goals remain as our overarching framework, certain members are concerned that current and any increases in allocations (i.e. COLA), may have to be used to cover costs for local district contractual increases in teacher and staff wages and benefits, thereby affecting member s ability to expand or even maintain certain levels of programming.
Beginning in January 2019, Steering Committee members reviewed and discussed member performance data in conjunction with potential 2019-20 funding scenarios. Based on these conversations, members voted to preliminary approve allocating the 2019-20 COLA proportionally to all members at the February 19, 2019 meeting. In accordance with the local governance plan, a final approval vote was conducted at the March 18, 2019 meeting. All members were present, delivering a unanimous vote affirming the proportional allocation of the COLA increase.

Amended Member Allocations for 2019-20

Member Agency Amended Allocation Adjustment Made
Baldwin Park Unified $6,012,016 -$12,060
Bassett Unified $2,551,262 -$5,357
Charter Oak Unified $1,687,537 -$3,684
Covina-Valley Unified $3,497,500 -$7,189
East San Gabriel Valley ROP $110,164 -$629
Hacienda la Puente Unified $17,287,611 -$33,898
Mt. San Antonio CCD $772,606 $1,835
Pomona Unified $2,050,504 -$4,387
Rowland Unified $1,748,149 -$3,802
Total Allocated to Members $35,717,349
Total CAEP Funds $35,717,349
Total Remaining (Must be $0) $0


East San Gabriel Valley ROP - Member Representative

Approved by leticia Covarrubias


Baldwin Park Unified - Member Representative

Approved by John Kerr


Rowland Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Rocky Bettar


Charter Oak Unified - Member Representative

  • Ivan Ayro
  • Director of Adult & Career Technical Education
  • (626) 938-0280
Approved by Ivan Ayro


Pomona Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Enrique Medina


Bassett Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Albert Michel


Hacienda la Puente Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Dr. Greg Buckner Ed.D


Covina-Valley Unified - Member Representative

Approved by CCAE California Council for Adult Education Virginia Espana


Mt. San Antonio CCD - Member Representative

  • Madelyn Arballo
  • Associate Vice-President, School of Continuing Education
  • (909) 274-5228
Approved by Dr. Madelyn Arballo Dr.