Revision of student apportionment formula for California’s Community Colleges with a focus on rewarding equity and success. The formula seeks to address access and achievement gaps for low-income and students of color as well as older and working adults.
Colleges could look to their Adult Education Program partners to design integrated education and training models to support students through the achievement of the first 9 CTE credits, achievement of certifications and beyond.
Colleges could leverage Strong Workforce partnerships to help focus efforts on programming likely to result in completers earning regional living wages.
Colleges could leverage the Student Equity and Achievement Program funds and activities, specifically to support target populations and achieve equity allocation points.