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Summary Table of Consortia Budget, Expenditure, and Progress Reports

Name of Report Report Level Details System Used Report Due Dates Notes
Online AEBG Budget & Expenditure Reporting By Consortia Budget & Expenditures by Object Code including progress report Governor’s CTE Initiative Every Six Months (January & July) Tracking each allocation (15-16, 16-17, etc.) as a single “grant”
Annual Plan – Section 3 By Member, rolled up to Consortia Budget & Expenditures by Program Area AEBG Annual Plan Template Annually (July) Will auto filled prior year data for each subsequent  plan
Annual Plan – Section 3 By Member, rolled up to Consortia Budget & Expenditures by Object Code AEBG Annual Plan Template Annually (July) Will auto filled prior year data for each subsequent  plan
Annual Plan – Section 5 By Member, rolled up to Consortia Budget & Expenditures by Objectives AEBG Annual Plan Template Annually (July) Will auto filled prior year data for each subsequent  plan
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  • Measuring Our Success: Data and Accountability Systems and Common Assessment in the California Adult Education Block Grant
    Assembly Bill 104, Section 84920 requires the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office (CCCCO) and the California Department of Education (CDE) to identify common measures for determining the effectiveness of members of each consortium. In response to this requirement, the AEBG Office released this report.  In order to develop this report, the AEBG Office convened field teams to address the complexities of establishing consistent, statewide data on populations that had previously not been fully included in agency accountability systems. The report describes the reporting elements and processes, data definitions, and assessment policies that emerged from this process.