January 17, 2018

Jan. 24 Data and Accountability Training


Early registration check-in for the third annual AEBG Summit will be Sunday, Jan. 21 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. on the first floor of the Universal Hilton.


The next regional training opportunity related to data and accountability is listed below.  Click here  to register for the training.
Wednesday, Jan. 24
9 a.m. - 12 p.m.      
Burbank Adult School, Burbank: AEBG Data Collection and Accountability
If you missed the AEBG Data Collection and Accountability Regional Trainings last fall, there is an opportunity to attend one in Burbank, CA. Join Neil Kelly of the AEBG Office and Jay Wright of CASAS to cover all of the new 2017-18 AEBG policy changes, data and accountability, program metrics, community college-specific changes and more. 


January submission deadlines are as follows:

  • Jan. 31: Student data due in TOPSPro (Q2)
  • Jan. 31: 15/16 consortium funds - final expense report due (old system)
  • Jan. 31: Mid-term data and accountability expense report due (old system)
To review other 2018 deliverables, click here.


Friday, Jan. 19 Webinar: AEBG Data Submissions Guidelines

Time: 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.

The California (CA) TE Data Submission Guidelines for AEBG   workshop reviews submission requirements for the end-of-the-quarter data submission. Learn the "do's" and "don'ts" of data submission, and learn how to avoid the most common data submission errors. In this session, you will: Learn the details of each data submission requirement; verify the due dates and options for submitting the data and find out about common pitfalls and the steps to ensure your data submission is successful. This training is appropriate for administrators and database managers responsible for completing specific deliverables required to meet the CA AEBG quarterly and end-of-year reporting requirements.

Sometimes, the best way for people to fully understand the power of  a program is to see it in action and hear first-hand from those who benefit from it. Hosting an event that showcases your adult education program, including its students and its partners, can be a powerful way to tell the AEBG story. 

Key to any event's success are visual elements, whether it's an elected official presenting a proclamation to the host, students sharing their success stories, a tour of your school or mini classes to give participants a glimpse of what happens in the classroom. The media, in particular, will expect a visual element. Check out this presentation about working with key influencers to learn more about event elements (scroll down to "Hosting Special Events").