Golden West College, Office of Adult Education
The Office of Adult Education at Golden West College seeks to serve adult education students in the local community as they consider their pathways to college and career options.
“The goal is to rethink and redesign an educational system that creates seamless transitions for students across adult schools and community colleges to accelerate academic and career success.”
AB86, provided the opportunity for developing the statewide collaboration and regional approach needed to maximize the state’s return on its investment in adult education. It provided focused priorities and a new regional design for the California Department of Education and the California Community College Chancellor’s Office adult education programs based on the state’s critical educational and workforce needs.
AB104, the Adult Education Block Grant Program is established under the administration of the Chancellor of the California Community Colleges and the Superintendent of Public Instruction. The Chancellor and the Superintendent are the state officials responsible for identifying and understanding the educational needs of adults in the state.