As a result of the governor’s May revise, the California Adult Education Program (CAEP) 19-20 allocation will be reduced by $1,043,000.
The state CAEP Office will adjust each regional consortium’s allocation in NOVA to reflect the cost-of-living adjustment from 3.46 percent to 3.26 percent. Each consortium must certify the amended allocation to its recently submitted Consortium Fiscal Administration Declaration (CFAD) in NOVA
by June 30, 2019
The allocation amendment must be certified by all members. In most cases, the reduction is less than $10,000 (for larger consortia, it’s more). The California Department of Education and the Chancellor’s Office recommend that members that have any unspent 17-18 CAEP funds as of the recent Q2 reporting in NOVA, take the reduction of funds for the consortium. We understand this is still a local decision and members would have to decide who should take the reduction using the same decision-making process used in the initial CFAD certification.
For an updated spreadsheet of the revised allocations and reductions by consortium click the