East Region Adult Education is both innovative and sustainable. To meet the changing needs of our community and local and regional businesses, we strive to build flexibly on a solid foundation.

East Region Adult Education Fact Sheet
East Region Adult Education: From AB86 to AEBG – An Overview
English Matters – English Language Programs at Grossmont Adult Education

The Consortium’s Governing Board approves the plans and budgets, and reviews audits. The Board consists of six members and includes a community partner, and performs tasks according to its by-laws.

Consortium Governing Board Members:

Cindy Miles, Chancellor GCCCD
Kathy Granger, Superintendent MEUSD
Tim Glover, Superintendent GUHSD
John Valencia, Vice Chancellor, Workforce & Organizational Development
Theresa Kemper, Assistant Superintendent GUHSD
Eric Lund, CEO East County Chamber of Commerce

By-laws

2016
Agendas
Minutes

2017
Agendas
Minutes

East Region Adult Education partners with other initiatives for a strong workforce in a strong community:

Doing What Matters – a strong workforce partnership

East County Education Alliance – a partnership between High Schools and the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community Colleges District

Foundational Skills in the Service Sector. Understanding and addressing the impact of limited math, reading, and technology proficiency in workers and employers.” National Skills Coalition, February 2017.

Workforce Development

California Workforce Association

San Diego Labor Market Information

Reports on the Regional Labor Market

Career Pathways Builders

Adult Education is changing!

Adult Education Block Grant – general information

East Region Adult Education Materials – plans, performance measures, allocations for the East Region Adult Education consortium

“The Past, Present, and Future of Noncredit Education in California. California Community College Noncredit Offerings” Prepared by SDCE, Office of Institutional Research, November 2016.

Best Practices – Career Pathways development

Overview of Adult Education – A report presented by LAO

Elevate Adult Education – Advocating for Adult Education

California Adult Education Providers

Learning and Development in the Workplace