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Adult Education Division 2012-2013 Goals Update

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  1. Adult Education Division 2012-2013 Goals Update

  2. How many students were served?

  3. Grade Level Equivalency of Adult Education Students

  4. Where Services are Provided • Adult Education Centers (2012-13) – 45 Colleges/Technical Institutes – 26 Public/Correctional School Districts – 19 • Literacy Councils – 15 • Adult Ed Staff and Volunteers Full Time Teachers – 217 Part Time Teachers – 466 Volunteers - 498

  5. State & National GED pass rate

  6. WAGE

  7. Goals • Rank in the top 10 in the nation in the percentage of students passing the GED® test. • Implement Microsoft IT Academy Certification in adult education centers. • Gain additional funding to support adult education centers.

  8. Goals • Ensure the Standards of a Quality Adult Education Program are implemented across the state. • Ensure grant funds are administered in accordance with applicable State and Federal laws.

  9. Accomplishments • Increased professional development trainings by 28% • Marketing: Radio and TV show appearances, Promotional Video and Newspaper write-ups • 44 adult education programs offer Microsoft IT Academy certification to students • Received funds from Senators English and Chesterfield to offset the cost of the GED test

  10. Accomplishments • 100% Site Visit and Program Review Rate • 84 AE staff completed Career Development Facilitator training • 44 Adult Education Programs currently (5 fewer than the year prior) • Conducted 10 financial audit reviews to be in compliance with federal and state laws

  11. Workforce Incentive Grant (WIA) Award • Received $970,974 for meeting 2012-13 performance measures (split with AR Works program) • Used funds to hire 6 Adult Education Career Coaches • 17 adult education centers, covering approximately 30 counties, currently being served by career coaches.

  12. Accelerating Opportunity • Designed to provide students returning to school to obtain their GED®the opportunity to earn postsecondary credentials in high-demand occupations through dual enrollment. • The four (4) colleges & adult education programs selected: ASU-Beebe: Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) and Welding. College of the Ouachitas: Medical Office Assistant and Computer Information Systems. CossatotCommunity College: Cosmetology and Welding. Mid-South Community College: Machining and Welding.

  13. Covey Training • Provided professional training and development to adult education and literacy council directors. • Programs selected goals for their center to report each week to the state office. • Programs report red, yellow, or green each week.

  14. WIGS and PIGS • Wildly Important Goals (WIGs) • Increase statewide customer satisfaction by 20% from October 1, 2013 to March 1, 2014 • Increase statewide educational gains from 22% to 43% by April 2014 • Pretty Important Goals (PIGs) • Increase statewide enrollment by 13% over last year’s from 22,516 to 25,443 by June 30, 2014 • Increase statewide the number of contact hours of students from 1,511,390.71 to 1,662,529.78 by June 30, 2014

  15. The End