CAEP Allocation Amendment: 2019-20 05 Greater Opportunity Through Adult Learning

Status: Certified

CAEP Allocation Amendment: 2019-20 Produced: Jun 3, 2019, 9:20 PM UTC Andy Stone

05 Greater Opportunity Through Adult Learning

Allocation Amendment Summary

Fiscal Declaration

The Fiscal Declaration information in this section has been provided as a courtesy. It has not been changed since CFAD has been approved by the Member Representatives.

Consortium Name
05 Greater Opportunity Through Adult Learning
Funding Channel
Direct Funded
Our 19.20 CFAD is consistent and aligned with GOAL s 3-Year Plan. The focus for our Consortium is on enabling adult education students to advance to employment and/or continued education. We continue to develop implement programs strategies development of a bridge for transitioning students between the adult education system and Cabrillo College. The alignment and integration of services that we seek is best achieved by focusing on pathways that serve the primary objectives of adult school students: Basic Skills: serving students acquiring basic skills, obtaining a high school diploma or GED, or preparing for entry into higher education; ESL: serving immigrants learning English for a variety of reasons including to increase employability, enable career advancement, pursue higher education, or increase the ability to support school age children; CTE: serving students who wish to enter a career, advance in their career, or prepare for higher education within a CTE pathway.
No Changes

Amended Member Allocations for 2019-20

Member Agency Amended Allocation Adjustment Made
Cabrillo CCD $407,723 -$789
Pajaro Valley Unified $3,025,549 -$5,860
Santa Cruz Co. Office of Education $66,496 -$129
Total Allocated to Members $3,499,768
Total CAEP Funds $3,499,768
Total Remaining (Must be $0) $0


Santa Cruz Co. Office of Education - Member Representative

Approved by Jean Garder


Pajaro Valley Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Helen Bellonzi


Cabrillo CCD - Member Representative

Approved by Dr. Matthew Wetstein


Santa Cruz City High - Member Representative

Approved by Kris Munro


Santa Cruz Workforce Development Board - Member Representative

Approved by Andy Stone