Save Adult Education in Los Angeles

The Daily News article below contains several important arguments for maintaining adult education throughout California.

From: [] On Behalf Of
Sent: Tuesday, February 14, 2012 2:23 PM
Subject: [CCAE-Bay] CCAE Members, Keep Adult Education Alive in California
Importance: High

Dear CCAE Members,

Let’s do our part to keep adult education alive in California!

The link here

and the two attached documents are part of the support given DACE in ongoing campaign to ‘Save Adult Ed’ in LAUSD. Feel free to share and pass them along.

Membership benefits include discounted registration on CCAE sponsored annual and state wide conferences, professional
development and networking opportunities, effective federal advocacy, annual award opportunities, and access to low cost healthcare benefits.

CCAE ● PO Box 978 ● Los Alamitos, CA 90720-0978 ● 888-54-CCAE1 (888-542-2231)


One Response

  1. I just read much of the article and glanced at the titles of what i don’t have time to read now. It was a well-written article describing the dilemma that all school districts are finding themselves in. it described the many services that Adult Ed provides adult members of our community and they described briefly a number of students, the program in which they are enrolled, why they are in the program, and their attitudes about life because of the support they are receiving from adult ed. I see us ambassadors of goodwill and opportunity as we keep hope alive with our dedication to our students and provide them with the knowledge and skills which will help them survive and even thrive. Don’t cut Adult Education.

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