Posted by: Tom Ross | April 24, 2012

Invitation to Join Conference Call: SB1070 and SB1402 Updates, Wednesday April 25, 2pm.

Vice Chancellor Van Ton-Quinlivan, Division of Workforce and Economic Development, has extended an invitation to the CTE community to join a conference call on Wednesday, April 25 at 2:00 pm. The conference will last one hour.

“Please join us for a conference call for updates on SB 1070 and SB 1402 on Wednesday, April 25, 2:00PM. SB 1402 reauthorizes the Economic and Workforce Development Program. SB 1070 reauthorizes the Career Technical Education Pathways Program. If you are unable to attend, this call will be archived at www.cccconfer.org.”

PARTICIPANT DETAILS

  1. Dial your telephone conference line: (888) 886-3951
  2. Enter your passcode: 286595

PARTICIPANT CONFERENCE FEATURES
*0 – Contact the operator for audio assistance
*6 – Mute/unmute your individual line

FOR ASSISTANCE
CCC Confer Client Services – Monday – Friday between 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Phone: 760-744-1150 ext 1537 or 1554
Email: clientservices@cccconfer.org

What Does SB 1402 Do?
SB 1402 reauthorizes the California Community Colleges Economic and Workforce Development (EWD) Program. SB 1402 emphasizes aligning the program activities with changing labor market needs, and encourages better integration with career technical education programs. SB 1402 makes the program more accountable by strengthening the evaluation framework for EWD grants and programs.

What Does SB 1070 Do?
SB 1070 establishes the California Community Colleges Economic and Workforce Development Program. Existing law requires the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges, as part of the program, to assist economic and workforce regional development centers and consortia to improve, among other things, career-technical education pathways between high schools and community colleges, as specified.

You may want to join the call if you want to stay informed about upcoming legislation related to reauthorizing SB70 and EWD funding. Please pass this information on to colleagues who may also be interested, but who are not subscribed to this blog.


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