CAEP Allocation Amendment: 2019-20 15 South Bay Adult Education Consortium (El Camino)
15 South Bay Adult Education Consortium (El Camino)
Allocation Amendment Summary
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
- 15 South Bay Adult Education Consortium (El Camino)
- Funding Channel
- Direct Funded
- At a public meeting on April 5, 2019 the board made a decision to allocate the additional COLA funding based on the needs of each member and reflective of the carryover of individual members. The mission of the South Bay Education Consortium (SBAEC) continues to be to serve and empower all students to meet their personal, educational and career goals. The consortium has developed short and long term goals; to improve awareness and leverage the resources of the Consortium, to improve the seamlessness of students transition to post-secondary education and the workforce, to maintain and improve internal and external communication, and to Improve student success and retention. The consortium has continued to develop and strengthen the processes implemented in past annual plans. The focus of the SBAEC consortium continues to be creating seamless transitions to support students as they progress on their pathway to higher education and employment. New classes have been designed and staff development has focused on classroom instruction to help prepare students for career and higher education. Career pathways are being created to accelerate students along their path. El Camino College (ECC) and the adult schools have worked cooperatively to create classes and help students transition between programs. Funds were spent on technology for all programs to assist with online registration, testing, classes, and improved instruction. The consortium board meets monthly to review the needs and goals of the entire consortium. The board strives to cooperatively work together to create a comprehensive approach to adult education in our community.
- There are no changes to the consortium disbursement method of funding. At a public meeting on April 5, 2019 the board made a decision to allocate the additional COLA based on the needs of each member and reflective of the carryover of individual members. The allocations were designed to provide COLA and allow growth of programs to meet the needs of the community. The board voted to set aside $20,326 held by El Camino College for overall administrative consortium costs.
Amended Member Allocations for 2019-20
- Wayne Diulio
- Director of Adult Education
- (310) 972-6500 ext: 8400
- Anthony Taranto
- (310) 937-3340
- Benjamin Wardrop
- (310) 263-3263
- Debra Tate
- (310) 330-5220