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Title: Newport-Mesa Adult Education


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Newport-Mesa Adult Education Promoting a
Lifetime of Learning
  • You Are the Key
  • to Our Success
  • Community Council Meeting
  • April 1, 2008

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Adult Education Community Council
  • Welcome and Introductions
  • Program Overview
  • Student Profile
  • Program Offerings
  • Locations
  • Our Mission
  • Expected Schoolwide Learning Results
  • Goals
  • Accountability Data

3
Adult Education Community Council
  • How Can We Refine Our Program?
  • What New or Innovative Programs Can We Offer to
    Better Meet Community Needs?

4
2006-07 Highlights
  • Last year we served 4359 (unduplicated) students
    for a total of 455,767 attendance hours
  • 706 concurrently enrolled
  • 8528 course enrollments

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Mission
  • Our mission is to provide lifelong
    educational opportunities and services which
    address the unique needs of individuals and
    communities by providing adults with the
    knowledge and skills necessary, including
    technology, to participate effectively as
    citizens, workers, parents and family members,
    and be contributing members of the local and
    global community.

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Expected Schoolwide Learning Results
  • Personal Success
  • Academic Success
  • Workplace Success
  • Social Success

12
Personal Success as Measured By
  • P1.   Ability to set and meet goals
  • P2.   Ability to improve through self-
    discipline and motivation
  • P3.   Persistence

13
Academic Success as Measured By
  • A1.      Mastery of skills identified in course
    outlines
  • A2.      Ability to think critically, problem
    solve, and make informed choices
  • A3.      Ability to communicate effectively,
    both orally and in writing

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Workforce Success as Measured By
  • W1.    Acquisition of workforce readiness skills
  • W2.    Application of professional and technical
    skills
  • W3.    Ability to transfer personal, academic
    and social skills to the workplace

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Social Success as Measured By
  • S1.     Ability to work cooperatively
  • S2.     Acceptance and understanding of
    diversity
  • S3.     Community involvement

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Programs
  • English-as-a-Second Language (ESL)
  • Family Literacy
  • Citizenship
  • High School Diploma
  • Career/Technical Education
  • Older Adults
  • Adults with Disabilities
  • GED Preparation

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2007-08 Program Sites
  • BESST Center
  • College Park Elementary
  • Costa Mesa High School
  • Estancia High School
  • Fairview Developmental Center
  • Kaiser Elementary
  • Matt Kline Head Start
  • Mission Bay Villa Senior Care Facility
  • Newport Sub-Acute and Recovery Center
  • Orange Coast College
  • Paularino Elementary
  • Pomona Elementary
  • Silverado Senior Care Facility
  • Victoria Elementary
  • Whittier Elementary
  • Wilson Elementary

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Program Goals
  • Facility
  • Communication/Community Involvement
  • Curriculum
  • Technology
  • Professional Growth

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Facility Goal
  • Maintain world class facilities to meet student
    needs.

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Communication/ Community Involvement
  • Enhance communication and collaboration among
    adult education staff, K-12 staff, district and
    community members and institutions, creating a
    focused effort designed to promote an increase in
    both the presence and the value of the
    Newport-Mesa Adult Education Program.

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Curriculum
  • Provide a challenging, interesting, meaningful
    and sequential curriculum, including appropriate
    assessments, to meet the needs of the diverse
    adult learner population.

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Technology
  • Create and implement an Adult Education
    Technology Plan that addresses
  • curriculum
  • professional development
  • infrastructure
  • budget and funding
  • monitoring and evaluation

23
Professional Growth
  • Provide the necessary training and technical
    assistance to the adult education staff and
    administrators to encourage the integration of
    technology into curriculum and instruction, and
    overall tech proficiency.

24
Accountability Data
  • From Fall 04-05 school year to Fall 07-08 school
    year, we nearly doubled our average per student
    hourly attendance from 54 to 100 average hours of
    attendance per student.
  • In all seven levels of ESL, our students have
    performed above the California performance goal
    for the past three consecutive years.
  • During the 2006-07 school year, 33 adult
    education students received a high school diploma
    or successfully passed the GED, an increase of 10
    students when compared to 2005-06.

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How You Can Help
  • How Can We Refine Our Program?
  • What New or Innovative Programs Can We Offer to
    Better Meet Community Needs?

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  • Alone we do so little
  • together we can do so much
  • Helen Keller
  • Thank you for your time and feedback!
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