CAEP eNewsletter

CAEP eNewsletter
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Nominate a CAEP Model Program
Submit a Proposal for the CAEP Summit 2022
Hanover Research: 9 Key Findings in Hiring Trends for H1 2022
Apply to Join the Digital Leadership Academy 2022-24 Cohort
CAEP Deliverable Reminders
Upcoming Webinars
Deadlines and Deliverables
One Week Left! Nominate a CAEP Model Program
Just ONE week left! The CAEP model program recognition is still open. However, it will not be open long as we prepare for recognition at the CAEP Summit 2022. Adult education practitioners are always interested in learning from other programs across the State. The CAEP Office and CAEP TAP provides the Advancing CA Adult Education Program platform for you to demonstrate innovative, emerging, and model practices. We are aware of some of the amazing strides programs and learners are making in adult education. It is now time to share with the rest of the State and be recognized for the wonderful work taking place.
To submit, model CAEP programs must be aligned to approved CAEP program areas and the adult education state priorities: learner transition, program development, equity, leadership, technology and distance learning, program evaluation, and marketing. The adult education state priorities align with the CCCCO Vision for Success goals and the CDE Superintendent’s Initiatives.
Access the model program nomination webpage to learn more about the nomination criteria, scoring rubric, and more. Nominations close August 17, 2022.
Submit a Proposal and Register to Attend the CAEP Summit 2022
Call for Proposals
In a week and a half, the CAEP Summit 2022 Call for Proposals will close! Do you have a practice, program or strategy that have proven effective to meet the needs of learners in your region want to share? CAEP practitioners want to learn about strategies and practices implemented by other practitioners that have proven to benefit adult learners. Consider submitting a proposal to present at the CAEP Summit 2022 today! The CAEP Summit 2022 will take place on October 25-28, 2022, on a virtual platform. This year’s theme is the Power is Yours! Use Your Plan to Evolve and Re-engage. This year’s Summit will center the implementation of the new CAEP three-year plan, while continuing to reflect on all that we have learned since the global pandemic, and the racial, social, cultural, and economic disruptions we have all experienced. We have an opportunity to reimagine adult education to center the needs of learners and re-engage them in our educational spaces.
The call for proposals is now open and CAEP Summit 2022 attendees want to learn from you! The CAEP Summit 2022 is an opportunity for you to share and discuss innovative and effective promising practices, strategies, and other resources related to technology and distance learning, student support services, transition services, partnerships, equity and cultural responsiveness, data and accountability, and more.
**Please note – only lead presenters can submit a proposal. Upon submission, the lead presenter will be asked to create an account using their email address and a password they created. All proposals will be tied to the lead presenter’s account.
Submit a proposal today! Call for proposals close Friday, August 19, 2022.
Registration
Once you have submitted a proposal (or not), register to attend the CAEP Summit 2022! Registration is now open and we want as many of our adult education practitioners to register to attend. The Summit will be virtual again this year. It is FREE to attend the Summit this year! Register today.
Hanover Research: 9 Key Findings in Hiring Trends for H1 2022
Earlier this month, Hanover Research released a report on their findings as it relates to the hiring trends for H1 2022. The information provided in this report will help to align academic programs with labor market demands. Within a fast-changing job market, it is critical for higher education institutions to align their academic programs with the education and skills that employers are seeking in new hires. This takes on heightened importance as institutions revisit their academic portfolio in the post-pandemic environment.
The Hanover Research report analyzes notable domestic hiring trends based on job postings data from H1 2022. Through JobsEQ, Hanover analyzes real-time job postings data to assess the extent to which current/proposed academic programs align with labor market demands.
To access the report, click on the following link. You will need to enter your first and last name, email address, organization/institution name, and organization type. Upon entering this information, Hanover will grant you access to the report.
Apply to Join the Digital Leadership Academy 2022-24 Cohort
Next week, the OTAN Digital Leadership Academy (DLAC) 2022-24 application will close! OTAN offers this program for a full two years to ensure agencies can meet their projected technology integration, distance learning, or blended teaching goals. agency’s continuous improvement goals as described in your WIOA Title II grant application. Teams of two or three teachers, coordinators, and administrators will represent agencies for the entire two years of the program. The program is designed to be flexible in how agencies can best use the resources offered by OTAN to support their agency goals.
Hear from Jill M. and Jill W., members of Cohort 4, about why you should be a part of this professional development program:
Learn more about DLAC and the program’s requirements by visiting the DLAC website. Please note: DLAC is now open to non-WIOA funded agencies. The deadline to apply is Friday, August 19, 2022.
CAEP Final Allocations for 2022-23
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The 2022-23 additional CAEP allocations from the May Revise were posted in NOVA as an allocation
amendment. Consortium members have until September 1, 2022 to submit and certify their amended allocation amounts in NOVA.
CAEP Quarter 4 Member Expense Report
The CAEP Quarter 4 Member Expense Report is due in NOVA by September 1, 2022. The consortium will certify the member expense report by September 30, 2022. Please note: since this is the closeout of a program year, it will be extremely important to ensure all quarterly expense reports are accurate prior to certification. Once the reports are certified, the consortium will no longer have access to make any changes.
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CAEP Program Area Report for 2021-22
The CAEP Program Area report estimates are due in NOVA by September 1, 2022. To report hours of instruction, members are to use the TOPSpro® Enterprise CAEP 2020-21 member reports by program area, their agency’s attendance system, and the community college district’s apportionment attendance reports generated from the CCFS-320 Reporting System for noncredit FTES. To report leveraged funds, use your districts accounting records.
CAEP Annual Plan and Budget and Work Plan Due Dates
The CAEP Office is moving the due date for the CAEP Annual Plan and Budget and Work Plan for 2022. The annual plan will now be due September 14, 2022. The member budget and work plan will be due October 30, 2022 and certified by the consortium no later than November 30, 2022. The Quarter 1 expense report due dates will remain the same.
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Upcoming Webinars
Integrated Education and Training (IET) in California: Voices from the Field
IET is an approach to providing adult basic skills education concurrently and contextually with workforce preparation and job skills training for the purpose of educational and career advancement. Participants in IET programs (or IELCE programs, in the case of those funded by section 243(a) of WIOA for English language learners) enroll in both adult education and job training courses, team-taught and with a single set of learning objectives. In California, IET programs have increased in number over the past five years, but could they be scaled to serve greater numbers of students? This webinar draws from a series of listening sessions and interviews conducted earlier this year and will highlight lessons learned from adult education providers and community colleges who have designed and implemented IET programs, in order to inform expanded use of the approach statewide. A panel of practitioners and students will share their experiences with this promising strategy. Please join us for this discussion, and bring your questions and your own stories to share.
Date: August 24, 2022
Time: 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
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  • Sep 1: 20/21 and 21/22 Member Expense Report due in NOVA (Q4)
  • Sep 1: July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022 expenses by program area due (estimates only) in NOVA *
  • Sep 14: Annual Plan for 2022-23 due in NOVA * (Extended for 2022)
  • Sep 30: 20/21 and 21/22 Member Expense Report certified by Consortia in NOVA (Q4)
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