Adult Education Courses
- Conducting a community survey;
- Reviewing the economic and demographic profiles of the community. (Refer to the State of California Employment Development Department,
- Contacting the library reference department for census data (available online at http://www.census.gov);
- Meeting with community agencies such as the Chamber of Commerce, social services, one-stop centers, Employment Development Department (EDD), city administrators, realtor groups, etc.;
- Discussing needs with local businesses and professional groups;
- Talking with other district administrators and central office staff, especially community liaison personnel;
- Surveying current adult education students as well as parents of district K-12 students; and
- Tallying telephone and front office inquiries.
All courses earning apportionment credit must have prior approval from CDE. If courses are added at any time during the year, all courses must be resubmitted to CDE for approval.
Classes must be held at sites within the boundaries of the school district.