CAEP Allocation Amendment: 2019-20 42 Northern Alameda Consortium for Adult Education

Status: Certified

CAEP Allocation Amendment: 2019-20 Produced: Jun 26, 2019, 9:33 PM UTC Monica Vaughan

42 Northern Alameda 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
42 Northern Alameda Consortium for Adult Education
Funding Channel
Fiscal Agent
Fiscal Agent
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During the first cycle of the Adult Education Program (AEP) (formerly Adult Education Block Grant or AEBG) the Northern Alameda Adult Education Collective (NAC) (formerly Northern Alameda Consortium for Adult Education) made strides in a positive direction to address the needs of our community. We faced similar challenges of sister consortia, in that, we were attempting to construct a foundation for the program while being open for business. The following list provides context of our impact over the first few years of AEP: 2015-2019 Summary of Achievements: From year one of AEBG to this year, we achieved a 35.6% increase in our K-12 adult education programs. In 2017, Peralta Community College District hired Transition Liaison/Project Managers at each site to identify current adult school students and adults served by community-based organizations to assist in the transition to community college totaling over 1700 students served. Aligned and articulated existing curriculum among the member districts and community colleges, creating new non-credit to credit course sequences. Created a joint system of operations. NAC members recognized the importance of centralizing a number of processes and procedures: established data-sharing MOU, coordinated facilities co-sharing plans, explored joint educational centers, embedded ABE/ASE instruction in CTE classes under a common infrastructure. Developed a short-term education campaign through branding and marketing to ensure internal and external audiences were informed of the consortium s available services. Redesigned consortium website to ensure it is user-friendly, student focused, and provides comprehensive content related to our services the site address is Aligned ESL curriculum between Adult Schools and Community Colleges: Adult School, community college instructors and administrators continue to meet to align standards between the Adult Schools, community college and educational partners, including articulation agreements. Created bridges to existing career pathways and developing new pathways. Building and expanding courses that expose students to career options and contextualize basic skills to career-themed programs, such as Home Health Aide, Certified Nursing Assistant and others. Providing wraparound support services to ensure student success: Engaged agencies and partners in structured information sharing about services offered, services requested and opportunities for collaboration. Continually coordinating data between Community Colleges and Adult Schools. Purchased Community Pro Suite licensing for all members to have access to student data and a means to electronically refer from one member to another with the capability to track student progress. In constant communication and partnership with Strong Workforce Program Director to align initiatives. Developing partnership with Alameda County Parole to increase the visibility to re-entry population and provide wrap around support. Participant with Bay Area Alignment initiative to integrate other programs serving young adults.
No Changes

Amended Member Allocations for 2019-20

Member Agency Amended Allocation Adjustment Made
Alameda Co. Office of Education $0
Alameda Unified $811,377 -$1,571
Berkeley City College $161,569 -$313
Berkeley Unified $3,283,968 -$6,360
College of Alameda $161,569 -$313
Laney College $161,569 -$313
Merritt College $161,569 -$313
Oakland Unified $2,422,790 -$4,693
Peralta CCD $659,921 -$1,276
Piedmont City Unified $377,493 -$732
Total Allocated to Members $8,201,825
Total CAEP Funds $8,201,825
Total Remaining (Must be $0) $0


Peralta CCD - Member Representative

  • Sui Song
  • Interim Budget Director, Workforce Development and Continuing Education
  • (510) 466-7254
Approved by Shemila Johnson


Laney College - Member Representative

Approved by Tammeil Gilkerson


Oakland Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Chris Nelson


College of Alameda - Member Representative

Approved by Timothy Karas


Alameda Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Joy Chua


Merritt College - Member Representative

Approved by Victor Littles


Berkeley City College - Member Representative

Approved by Rowena Tomaneng


Berkeley Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Thomas Reid


Piedmont City Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Ms. Shannon Fierro


Albany City Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Marie Williams


Alameda Co. Office of Education - Member Representative

Approved by Monica Vaughan