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English as a Second Language (ESL):
provides instruction in the English language to adult, and non-native English speakers with varied academic, vocational, citizenship, and personal goals.
Adult Basic Education (ABE):
provides instruction in foundational academic skills, such as reading, writing, and basic mathematics, as well as learning and study skills – ninth grade level.
Adult Secondary Education (ASE):
provides instruction in foundational academic skills, such as reading, writing, and basic mathematics, as well as learning and study skills – ninth grade level and above, leading to a high school diploma, GED, or high school equivalency certificate.
Short Term CTE:
prepares adult learners to enter the workforce in a year or less.
In addition, five sub-areas will address needs of specific populations and key training strategies:
Adults with Disabilities: programs specifically designed to meet the needs of AWD, and services for AWD enrolled in other courses.
Workforce Entry/Re-Entry: Focuses on populations with systemic barriers to economic success who enroll in CTE programs, including adults 55 and older, participants with cultural barriers, displaced homemakers, ESL, ex-offenders, foster care youth, individuals with disabilities, homeless, long-term unemployed, low-income, low levels of literacy, migrant and seasonal farmworkers, those exhausting TANF/CalWorks within two years, and single parents.
Pre-Apprenticeship: Prepares individuals to enter and succeed in a Registered Apprenticeship program.
Integrated Education and Training (IET): Offers instruction that simultaneously provides adult education and literacy and work force preparation and training.
Adults Training to Support Child School Success: Provides education and training to adults, typically parents and community members, to help school -aged children succeed in school.
*From AEBG Data and Accountability Report, August 2017