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ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • OCTOBER 2014

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  • s  GED Online Registration for FALL classes is NOW OPEN UNTIL OCTOBER 31, 2014.  Next orientation date: 11/04/2014.  The times for orientation will be confirmed via phone and email.
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  • s Congratulations! 
    116 GED Certificates were awarded in the
    2012-2013 school year!
    101 GED Certificates were awarded in the
    2013-2014 school year!
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  • s Transcript Request Form FOR PREVIOUS ADULT EDUCATION STUDENTS ONLY. Click HERE 
    Requests for OUSD K12 students must be directed to Student Assignment Center :  PHN: 510.273-1647  FAX: 510.273-1602
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  • s Theory of Change Video   This is an excellent 5 minute video explaining how building adult capabilities can improve child outcomes.
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  • s Northern Alameda County Regional Consortium for Adult Education - The Northern Alameda County Regional Consortium for Adult Education has formed an alliance to develop and improve coordinated educational services for adults in Oakland. Click HERE.
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  • s Are you registered to vote in CaliforniaOctober 20 is the last day to register for the November 4 electionRegistration is easy at www.RegisterToVote.ca.gov For more information on the New Voters website, CLICK HERE.

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WELCOME

sue
 
 Sue Pon, Administrator
OUSD Adult & Career Education

 

Spring 2014 Update       
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Oakland Adult and Career Education: Looking Ahead
 
We would like to thank our teachers, staff, volunteers and partners for a school year of program stability, student achievement and instructional rigor. Some highlights are:
  • 101 GED graduates! Our GED students are meeting the challenge of the content and online format of the new GED 2014 tests.
  • The integration of Academic Conversations in Adult Education instruction, in alignment with the District’s initiate of “literacy across the curriculum.
  • “Bridging the Digital Divide in Oakland’s Family Literacy Program” Click Herea myON Spotlight. myON, http://readonmyon.com/, is an individualized online reading program. Based on the success in the Family Literacy class at Fruitvale Elementary School, all families in the Family Literacy program throughout Oakland have the opportunity to read with myON this summer.
  • Project SEARCH will graduate eight interns from Children’s Hospital. Project SEARCH is a partnership with East Bay Innovations, providing year-long internships to young adults with disabilities.

We are looking ahead and planning for the future of OACE.

  • OACE received a grant from the Y&H Soda Foundation for strategic planning. Some initial guiding questions include: What kind of Adult Education program do we want to build? How will we coordinate more effectively within OUSD?
  • The Northern Alameda County Regional Consortium for Adult Education is working with staff and stakeholders to better coordinate Adult Education services with Adult Schools and the Peralta Community. Chris Nelson is coordinating the Consortium.
  • OACE is engaging in the renewal process of our accreditation by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). Elizabet Wendt and Roger Chretien are leading our Self Study Process.
Lastly, we’d like to share a 5-minute, “A Theory of Change” (Harvard),
http://developingchild.harvard.edu/

It articulates the importance of building adult capacity to improve student outcomes.

 
We look forward to continuing our work together to serve adults in Oakland in the years to come.