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Newark USD  |  BP  6200  Instruction

Adult Education   

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The Governing Board desires to provide our community's adults with educational opportunities that will meet their diverse needs.

When resources are available, the adult education program will include courses related to:

1. Citizenship and English Language

2. Vocational Skills

3. Basic Education leading to High School Diploma or General Education Development Certificate

4. Parent and Consumer Education; Homemaking; Health and Safety; and Lifelong Learning

The adult education program will also be designated to serve persons under 18 years of age who need to make up deficit credits for graduation from high school, or who desire to take additional courses to supplement and enrich their high school program.

Legal Reference:

EDUCATION CODE

8500-8538 Adult education

11320-11320.6 Distance learning projects

41505-41508 Pupil Retention Block Grant

41976-41976.1 Adult education; authorized classes and courses

44865 Qualifications for home teachers and teachers in special classes

46190 Adult school; days of attendance

46300.3-46300.4 Independent study in adult education

46351-46352 Adult classes

51040 Prescribed courses

51225.3 Requirements for graduation

51241 Temporary or permanent exemption from physical education

51242 Exemption from physical education for athletic program participants

51246 Exemption from physical education for certain students in grade 12

51730-51732 Elementary school special day and evening classes

51810-51815 Community service classes

51938 Parental excuse from sexual education or HIV/AIDS prevention education

52500-52523 Adult schools

52530-52531 Use of hospitals

52540-52544 Adult English classes

52550-52556 Classes in citizenship

52570-52572 Handicapped adults

52610-52616.24 Finances

52651-52656 Immigrant Workforce Preparation Act

60410 Books for adult classes

CODE OF REGULATIONS, TITLE 5

10501-10560 Adult Education

Management Resources:

CDE PUBLICATIONS

Adult Education Handbook for California

CDE PROGRAM ADVISORIES

0600.92 Using Independent Study in Adult Education Programs: An Option

0609.88 Education Fees for F-1 Visa Students

0622.87 Discrimination against the Handicapped in Adult Education Programs

Policy NEWARK UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

adopted: October 15, 1996 Newark, California