AEBG Data and Accountability

About AEBG Data and Accountability

The AEBG Office is in the process of identifying a statewide data system that will connect to both local data systems and large, segmental state data stores, allowing the sharing of data with other state agencies, including the Employment Development Department and the California Workforce Development Board. Once finished, this system promises to provide a more complete and accurate picture of how adult students are progressing through the educational system. The development of the system will be aided by the Data and Accountability Committee that will be supported by two additional work groups that will focus specifically on Career Technical and Basic and Secondary skills assessments.

In order to reach this goal, the AEBG regional consortia were allocated Data and Accountability funding. The funding will be used to resolve AEBG data collection needs required by AB104, foster regional and local system integration, coordinate regional intake, assessment, and referral, align efforts under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, and ultimately connect to a state level AEBG Data System. Regions submitted their data and accountability work plans in February.

AEBG Beginning-of-the-Year Letter for Fiscal Year 2017-18 Program and Accountability Requirements for Student Outcome Data Collection and Submission

Measuring Our Success: Data and Accountability Systems and Common Assessment in the California Adult Education Block Grant 8.08.17

Data and Accountability Funding Period Extension

Allocation by Consortia

Guidance and Work Plans

AEBG Data and Accountability and Assessment Field Teams

Student Data Collection Guidance and Related Resources

Hanover AEBG Data and Accountability Work Plan Analysis 5.30.17

Resources for non-AEBG Data Collection Efforts

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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.