2016 AEGB Summit

Moving the Needle

November 1-2, 2016
Sacramento, CA

The 2016 AEBG Summit: Moving the Needle featured presentations, panel discussions, networking, and the sharing of best practices focusing on the impact AEBG consortia are having on developing a stronger California Workforce. Presenters also examined will the long term vision for AEBG and to see what more can be done to improve our adult education system across the state.

The summit took place on November 1, 10:30AM to 5:00PM with networking reception and November 2, 8:30AM to 12:30PM at the Sheraton Grand Hotel in Sacramento. Regional consortia were invited to register up to four representatives. These representatives included consortia leaders, member representatives, faculty, teachers, and consortia staff.

The expression “Moving the Needle” means to make a measurable difference that can be documented or to be able to visually see a difference based on a quantitative scale. The 2016 Annual Summit’s presentations, speakers, breakout sessions, and activities focused on this notion of quantifying success and clear impact. The event focused both on the successes during the first year of implementation as what the future holds. What measurable impact do we envision five or ten years from now and how can we set about achieving that impact?

Agenda and Conference Materials

For the detailed agenda and all conference materials including plenary speaker bios, plenary presentations and breakout session presentations please visit the AEBG Guidebook. CLICK HERE to visit the 2016 AEBG Annual Summit Guidebook click on the Schedules button and select the presentation that interests you. There you can download the presentation materials. 

CLICK HERE for a Summary Agenda

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The California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office (CCCCO) and the California Department of Education (CDE) are working in partnership to implement the requirements outlined in the Adult Education Block Grant (AEBG). We will continue to provide guidance and solicit feedback from the field throughout the implementation process.