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The Web Portal is the system used for consortia to submit reports. Regions should designate one point of contact to request access to the application system.

CLICK HERE for Web Portal User Guide

For AEBG Grantees

This page provides information and resources for AEBG Consortia regarding reporting requirements, guidance and regulations, funding, and a timeline for grantees.

2017-18 & 2018-19 Preliminary Allocations

The 2017-18 & 2018-19 preliminary allocations have been announced.

CLICK HERE for the 2017-18 & 2018-19 Intent to Award Letter

CLICK HERE for the 2017-18 & 2018-19 Preliminary Allocation Schedule - revised 5.24.17

AB104 Language on Preliminary Allocation Process

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For reference, the AB104 legislation in sections 84909, 84910, and 94911 guides the preliminary allocation process.  Below is the text from AB104 sections 84909, 84910, and 84911.

84909.
(a)  This section shall apply commencing with the 2016–17 fiscal year.
(b)  The chancellor and the Superintendent, with the advice of the executive director, shall approve, no later than February 28 of the prior fiscal year, a preliminary schedule of allocations to each consortium of any funds proposed in the Governor’s Budget for the program.
(c)  The chancellor and the Superintendent, with the advice of the executive director, shall approve, within 15 days of enactment of the annual Budget Act, a final schedule of allocations to each consortium of any funds appropriated by the Legislature for the program.
(d)  The chancellor and the Superintendent shall determine the amount to be allocated to each consortium based on the following: (1)  The amount of funds apportioned to the members of that consortium in the immediately preceding fiscal year. (2)  That adult education region’s share of the statewide need for adult education. (3)  That consortium’s effectiveness in meeting the educational needs of adults in the adult education region based on available data.

84910. The chancellor and the Superintendent shall, when approving a schedule of allocations for a fiscal year, also present preliminary projections for the amounts that would be allocated in the subsequent two fiscal years. This preliminary presentation shall not constitute a binding commitment of funds.

84911. To determine the need for adult education, the chancellor and the Superintendent shall consider, at a minimum, measures related to adult population, employment, immigration, educational attainment, and adult literacy.


AEBG Data and Accountability Allocation 

The AEBG Office has released the AEBG Data and Accountability allocations for regional consortia.  CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FOR THE ALLOCATIONS BY CONSORTIA.

2016-17 Allocations and Trailer Bill Language

AEBG 2016-17 Allocations
The AEBG 2016-17 Budget has been finalized for a total of $505,000,000 including Adult Education Technical Assistance.

2016-17 Trailer Bill Language
Click the links below for the final 2016-17 Trailer Bill language.

The AEBG budget bill (AB 104) outlines specific requirements for consortia regarding funding and reporting. Click the links below for more detailed information on the requirements for consortia to complete.

AEBG Consortia Reporting Tool Kit » Click here for information about reporting requirements including the annual planning templates, governance templates, appropriation agreement form, and a user guide for the online expenditure reporting system.

Guidance and Regulations » Click here for Program Guidance, Allowable uses guidance, the Consortia Fiscal Administration Declaration (CFAD) and the AEBG Measure of Effectiveness report.

AEBG Funding - Where's My Money? » Click here for an overview of AEBG funding.

Calendar of Events & Due Dates » Click here for a timeline of AEBG milestones and due dates.

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