Faculty & Staff
- Adult Education Handbook for California
- California Adult Learner Persistence Project - Because mandatory attendance requirements do not apply to adults, the ability of students to voluntarily remain in education programs, or "persist," is a key factor in adult learner achievement. By focusing on learner persistence, adult education and literacy providers can better assist learners in meeting their educational goals.
Adult education programs have access to a variety of supplemental funding sources that are available from state and federal agencies. Current information is available on the CDE website.
Existing supplemental state and federal programs or funding sources for adult education programs are as follows:
- Community-Based English Tutoring Programs
- Workforce Investment Act, Title II: Adult Education and Family Literacy Act, sections 225/231, and English literacy and civics education
- Even Start Family Literacy
- Head Start
- Healthy Start
- Homeless Assistance Act (Stewart B. McKinney)
- Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act
- School Age Families Education Act (CAL-SAFE)
- 21st Century Community Learning Centers