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–Susan Lytle Gilmore, Ph.D., Director of Adult Education, Sacramento City Unified School District
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Statewide Student Identifier
Click to view trailer bill language regarding the use of statewide student identifiers in the California Adult Education program.
Educate and Elevate
Explore marketing resources designed to inform key stakeholders of California's AEBG program and promote the strides regional consortia are making in adult education.
End-Of-Year Report On Implementation And Effectiveness Of The Adult Education Block Grant Program For The 2016-2017 Program Year
The report includes comprehensive state-level data on student enrollment, outcomes, skills gains, student demographics, and other data using the new adult education data and accountability metrics described in the August 1, 2017, report. Please be sure to download and read it.
Annual Plan
Annual Plans for the 2018-19 Year are due August 15, 2018. In preparation for this due date, please check out the Annual Plan Toolkit on the Regional Planning page.
Quarter 4 Student Data Submission
The Quarter 4 Student Data Submission is due August 1, 2018. Register to attend the upcoming Data Submission webinars on July 11th and July 18th, presented by CASAS Staff.
NOVA Login
NOVA can be accessed by clicking on the following link. In addition, you can click on the ADMINISTRATORS tab up top and the NOVA Login will appear.

California Adult Education

Building Partnerships that Count

Be Proud – California is Diverse. Just as our regional economies are diverse across California, so are the adult learners that live in, and contribute to, their communities. Because of this diversity, AEBG empowers 71 regional consortia to design innovations and best practices that align with the goals of adult learners; these innovations are in turn shared among consortium members and partner agencies, sparking a synergistic trading of ideas and a vibrant, growing body of knowledge.

The high quality programs and practices developed through the integration of K-12 adult education and community college resources on a regional level are uniquely suited to equip all available workers with the tools they need to contribute to California’s economic growth.

There are close to 400 AEBG members and more than 1,000 community partners within our 71 consortia that work synergistically through our multiple partner locations in every part of the state to create available access points for adult learners.

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