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Blazing Pathways

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Colleges
San Mateo Community College District
Cañada College
, Redwood City, CA

College of San Mateo
, San Mateo, CA

Skyline College
, San Bruno, CA

Blazing Pathways
Modeling adult-education sector
collaboration with community colleges

Legislation: What is it?
What is happening at your College?
The goal of
AB86
is to
rethink
and
redesign
an educational system that creates
seamless transitions for students
across adult schools and community colleges to
accelerate academic and career success
.

Integrate programs to create seamless transitions
to post-secondary education and the workforce

Expand access to education
for adult learners

Accelerate progress
through promising practices

Provide professional development
to support collaboration and results

Partner with regional agencies
to build on existing initiatives

Create stronger
Career Development and College Preparation
across the state of California

What
does your coalition look like?

Who
is in charge of your coalition?

Are
you
optimistic of the future of your coalition, or do you believe there is room for improvement?

Common Challenges
Provider Gaps
Major cuts across the board in colleges and schools
Fewer community access points
Gaps in systems alignment
Alignment of curriculum and assessment
Data sharing

Transitions
are the foundational element of
AB 86
:

Link
the
Adult Schools
and
Community College
together

Provide a structural logic for
program integration

Set a framework for
contextualization, co-enrollment, acceleration
Objectives
What it Does
No collaboration between Adult-Ed. and Community Colleges

Contextualization, technology, acceleration

Long-term English learners

Undiagnosed learning disabilities

Lower literacy students
Common Challenges
Covers most of the
San Francisco
peninsula

Includes
20 Cities

S.F. International Airport,
on the Northern end, and
Silicon Valley,
on the Southern end, are both

major

employers.

Large
agricultural community
on coast-side, with
minimal
adult education services.

San Mateo County
Geography
San Mateo County
Demographics
Total Population est.
750.000

53%
White

25%
Asian

24%
Latino

8%
other

28%
<18 yrs.

16%
age 18-24

Median age
31
yrs.

San Mateo County
Demographics
Median
household income
$69,306

10%
people living at or below
poverty level

23
school districts

16
elementary (
K-8
)

3
Union High School Districts (
9-12
)

4
Unified School Districts (
K-12
)

Adult Schools
San Mateo Adult School
, San Mateo Union High School District

Sequoia Adult School
, Sequoia Union High School District

Jefferson Adult School
, Jefferson Union High School District

South San Francisco Adult Ed.
, So. SF Unified School District


Accelerates
language and skill acquisition

Helps
Adult learners move seamlessly from pre-college courses through completion

Engages
employers and partners to promote career alignment and
no wrong door

Overarching Logic Model
Increased education, skills and economic security

Improved integration and coordination for adult education


Promote statewide funding of up to $900 million and policies to sustain collaboration


Collaboration
Faculty/teacher leadership
of collaborative educational change

The
premier
ESL transition model in California

Founding members of the
ALLIES Coalition

Catalyst
for the
AB 86
Adult Education legislation

1
County,
1
Community College District

The Need for Adult Education
Discussion
Key Components of ACCEL's Success
Principles
Improved outcomes and funding

Improved access to resources

Student experiences of success

Improved workforce development

Program Design and Instruction Issues
Non-academic support gaps
Wraparound supports
Financial assistance
Career guidance and transition supports
Undocumented Students

Common Challenges
Goals
Blazing Pathways
Program Outline:

1. Introduction: AB86 Origins and Opportunities

2. Activity #1: Your Coalition

3. Common Challenges

4. Overview of San Mateo County:
Geography
Demographics

5. ACCEL Process: Partners, Logic Models, Goals, Values

6. Activity #2: Discussion

7. Conclusion: Principles


$25
Million
Grant
$850
Million
Dollars
=
$25
Million
Grant
$850
Million
Dollars
Activity #1
Report out from discussion and activity.
What is happening at your College?
San Mateo County Adult Schools
Partners
American Federation of Teachers, Local 1493 (a.k.a., San Mateo Community College Federation of Teachers)
Barber
Bay Area Sheet Metal Jac
Building Skills Partnership
California Fire Fighter Joint Apprenticeship Program
Caminar @ College of San Mateo
Carpenters Training Committee For Northern California
Chicana/Latina Foundation
Community Gatepath
Community Learning Center -SSF
CORA - Communities Overcoming Relationship Abuse
County Jail System
Department of Industrial Relation, Division of Apprenticeship Standards
E4FC (Educators for Fair Consideration)
Each One Reach One
El Concilio of San Mateo County
Excellence Through Cooperation
Fair Oaks Community Center
Family Connections
Golden Gate Regional Center
Goodwill Industries
Head Start through/Institute for Human and Social Development
HIP Housing
Housing Authority - County of San Mateo
International Institute of the Bay Area (Redwood City)
Jefferson Adult School
Jewish Vocational Services
Job Corps (Treasure Island)
JobTrain (affiliated with Peninsula Works/WIB)
LIBRE (Linking Immigrants to Benefits, Resources and Education) = Legal Aid Society of San Mateo
Multicultural Institute
North Central San Mateo Neighborhood coalition
Nuestra Casa (East Palo Alto)
One East Palo Alto Sponsored Employment Program
Onnetta Harris Community Center
Parent Involvement Project
Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center
Partners
Project READ @ Menlo Park Library
Project READ @ Redwood City Library
Project READ @ San Mateo Public Library
Project READ @ South San Francisco Library
Puente de La Costa Sur
Redwood City Catholic Worker
Redwood City Jail
Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center
Rosalee Rendu Center (East Palo Alto)
Samaritan House
San Francisco Peninsula Automotive And Machinist Joint Apprenticeship
San Francisco Welcome Back Center
San Mateo Adult School Federation of Teachers, Local 4681
San Mateo Child Care Coordinating Council
San Mateo County Central Labor Council
San Mateo County Electrical Joint Apprenticeship and Training Center
San Mateo County Human Service Agency
San Mateo County Library - Half Moon Bay
San Mateo County Office of Education
San Mateo County Office of Education - CTE Programs for Adults
San Mateo County READS @ the East Palo Alto Public Library
San Mateo County READS @ the Half Moon Bay Public Library
San Mateo County Workforce & Economic Development (Workforce Investment Board)
San Mateo Union High School District
Sheriff's Office - Inmate Program
Silicon Valley ALLIES - San Mateo County Workforce Development
Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Sisters of the Cross (in Redwood City)
Skyline Community College
St. Francis Center (Redwood City)
Upwardly Global
Year Up
Adult-Education, College, and Careers Educational Leadership
Adult-Education, College, and Careers Educational Leadership
Activity #2
Contributions to the state
Leads to
Colleges and Institutional Issues
Approximately
57%

of the working adults
have
Low
literacy
Limited
English proficiency or
Lack
an educational credential
past high school

Most family-sustaining jobs require
some post-secondary education

Two-thirds of the 2020 workforce
is in the workforce today, beyond the reach of K-12 or
college access reform strategies

Democratic institutions require an
educated citizenry

The Origins of
Pathways to Success
Increases
college access and success

Achieves
Employment in family sustaining careers
Process
"No wrong door"
San Mateo County
Leader in education collaboration
Co-Director
Larry Teshara,
Director - San Mateo Adult School
Co-Director
Gregory Anderson,
Vice President of Instruction - Cañada College
How are the
dynamics
the same/different than ACCEL?

What
opportunities
have you discovered through the AB86 process?

What
obstacles
, if any, have you encountered?

How can educational leaders
impact
the future of Adult Learning?
Legislation
Legislation
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