My teachers became my second family. They made me feel a part of something bigger for the first time in my life.

– Juan, Vista Adult School

AEP Questions and Answers

This is a collection of questions that are most frequently asked of the AEP Office. They are organized by topic area and will be updated as needed.


Regarding consistently ineffective member, they will be offered targeted support through TAP partners. If continued ineffectiveness, member funding can be reduced. This process would be coordinated through AEP TAP and the State AEP Office.

You may still support and offer services for transitional for-credit programs and to support students in the process of transitioning into for credit programs, however you will not report those students into TE. If that student is transitioning from a noncredit college or K12 adult school program any outcomes associated with that student in for credit programs will be captured through the AEP/MIS Data Match in the LaunchBoard and will be reported as outcomes for your consortium.

None of the outcomes for AEP are tied to funding in the way that the WIOA Title II payment point system operates. Update Box 9 does impact the ability of AEP to track outcomes for students for reporting to the legislature and for sharing back to the field through the LaunchBoard Adult Ed Data Tab.