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  • 1. Credit Recovery/Dropout Prevention: Value Added for Your District ACSA Summit: Adult Education Strand Joyce Lude, Principal, Roseville Adult School November 7, 2013 1
  • 2. Roseville Adult School is in a suburban location 20 miles north east of Sacramento.
  • 3. Class Summaries School Year 2012-2013 2013-2014 July – October July - June 2269 students (-156)  48 graduates (+7)  165 12th Graders (+27)  308 passing GED (+27)  24 testing sessions (+1)  824 students  18 graduates  63 12th Graders  75 passing GED  5 testing sessions  3
  • 4. How Does Adult Education Add Value to High School Programs?  Identify how to measure success  Establish your delivery system  Best practices
  • 5. Measuring Success—12th Graders Served Number     How many from each school? What subjects? Original credit vs. Credit recovery How many credits? Support   of 12th Graders served to the District Helps with District Graduation Rates Positive home school “public relations” 5
  • 6. 12th Grade Enrollment by High School 2011-12 vs. 2012-13 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 2011-12 2012-13 Independence 2 1 Antelope 31 21 Granite Bay 27 21 Woodcreek 16 25 Adelante 10 27 Oakmont 24 34 Roseville 28 36 6
  • 7. Measuring Success-Graduates  Graduates  How many were from our District?  How many District Grads have Roseville Adult School Credits on their transcript?
  • 8. Graduation 2013 8
  • 9. Delivery System  Independent Meetings  Face to face time with teacher  Blended   Study and Small Group Learning Accelerate Blackboard All summative assessments are proctored
  • 10. Blended Learning  Incorporates use of technology and face to face instruction  Proctored summative assessments  In-class and at-home work time available 10
  • 11. Best Practices  Provide  Back to school    Services to Counselors 12th Grade Enrollment GED Options End of school year     Help with non-grads Adult Secondary Diploma Program GED opportunities Tours and meetings for seamless transition
  • 12. Support Services Counseling to discuss options for seamless transition
  • 13. Best Practices  Offer    Unique Services to the District GED Testing Seamless enrollment for 5th year Seniors Connections with County Parole Offices   Community Resource Team Proximity/support to Continuation School
  • 14. Become a PersonVUE GED® Testing Center  All office staff and Administrator are Test Administrators (6)  Start small, but start early  First three tests given on November 4th
  • 15. Check In Identification and Security Station Locked Storage 15
  • 16. Testing Facility Adelante Room 7 View from Administrator’s Workstation Adelante Room 7 12 Testing Workstations 16
  • 17. Contact Information Joyce Lude, Principal Roseville Adult School 200 Branstetter Street Roseville, CA 95678 jlude@rjuhsd.us 916-782-3952

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