ABE Program Reviews and monitoring
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The Adult Basic Education Office at SBCTC “desk monitors” the electronic records of all its basic skills providers in the state every quarter, and conducts on-site program reviews as necessary, as required by Title II of the Workforce Investment Act (Public Law 105-220, Sections 212 and 224) and by the National Reporting System (NRS) for Adult Education (34 CFR Part 462). Program monitoring ensures compliance with federal laws, rules, and regulations, as well as verifying that all local providers continuously improve the effectiveness of their adult education programs.
- “Compliance” includes looking at processes and procedures for administering standardized CASAS assessments and collecting and reporting quality enrollment, attendance, assessment, and outcome data, as well as incorporating required programming components and learning standards.
- “Program Improvement” looks at student achievement – educational gains and student outcomes, including making substantial progress toward reaching at least the “tipping point” for post-secondary education and economic self-sufficiency.
After monitoring all of our providers in FY11, ABE Office developed specific one-page documents to address frequently asked questions in certain compliance areas:
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