Submitted by peggy_raun-linde on Mon, 2015-07-13 09:47
Sunnyvale-Cupertino Adult School graduates more than 70 students per year. Most of these students go on to college or vocational training. Because they started their diploma later in life, they are often working and have children. Many do not qualify for financial aid to assist them with college tuition, books, or bus fair.
We know that to make a family-sustaining wage in our community and to be an active citizen and parent, education truly makes the difference.Please donate what you can spare (even $5) to help our community of learners set, pursue, and achieve their dreams.
Submitted by peggy_raun-linde on Tue, 2015-05-12 13:06
Well, we are finally here: the May revise, 2015. After years of lobbying and “flex funding,” the state of Adult Education in California from 2016 onward is slated to be decided. While we won’t know everything from the May revise and eventual budget adoption (June 15th), we will know the degree to which our lobbying and hard work has paid off.
What will we know once the Governor releases his budget revision this week? Not a lot, but definitely some critical pieces.