Most workshops end with participants wanting more, more time with presenter, more time to hear from other participants, more time to share ideas, strategies and resources. The ACCES/Finger Lakes RAEN encourages workshop participants to return to the web site for post workshop activities.
You will find post workshop documents and activites listed by workshop title in the Event Follow Up column on the right. If you are enrolled in a Member Group and have logged in, you will find activities in your area under Member Groups.
This session provided training about the basics of National Reporting System (NRS) reporting and the reasons why data collection is vital to the continuation of adult education programs in New York State. It included information about the history and importance of the NRS and its impact on funding; the NRS data flow and teacher responsibilities; the most recent federal and state policies; the development of Education and Employment Plans; and the goal setting process and outcome measures. Go to:NRS Foundations FingerLakes October 2013
Information about New York State’s 2014 High School Equivalency Test was presented at the NYACCE and NYSAEIEP conferences in May 2013. Robert Purga, Team Leader of NYSED ACCES/AEPP and representatives of CTB/McGraw-Hill discussed the framework of the TASC (Test Assessing Secondary Completion), reviewed policy context, and provided specifics about its field testing and roll-out.
Click here to view the Power Point: TASC NYACCE Final