A Stand Out Leader In Quality Adult Education


The consortium will strive to serve the diverse needs of the adult learners in our community. Our overarching mission is to strengthen adult education in the Antelope Valley. We will . . .

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  • Meet the educational and career training goals necessary for community members to provide a sustainable living for their families.
  • Provide seamless, high-quality, affordable opportunities for students.
  • Provide opportunities to obtain digital literacy.
  • Meet local and regional economic and workforce development needs.
  • Increase efficiency and reduce duplication of effort through collaboration with other education partners.
  • Maximize available funding; build capacity in instructional staff to meet the needs of the students being served.
  • Provide equal access to services for all community members, so that all will have an equal opportunity to succeed in their career and life aspirations.
  • Provide programs that help students overcome illiteracy, gain English language skills, receive a high school diploma or GED, and transition to the world of college and career in order to become productive citizens of society.

Meet the Members and Partners

MEMBERS

 The Antelope Valley College Regional Consortium consists of three notable education entities that have fused together for the betterment of adult education by focusing on added improvements to our adult educational system.  The Consortium includes . . .

PARTNERS

 The Antelope Valley College Regional Consortium consists of three notable education entities that have fused together for the betterment of adult education by focusing on added improvements to our adult educational system.  The Consortium includes . . .

The State of California recognizes the gap in the education of adults who are in need of assistance in gaining basic skills.

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The purpose of Assembly Bill 86 is to provide grant funds to many regional community colleges. Those colleges will lead a consortium to create and implement a plan to better provide adults in its region with all of the following:

  • Elementary and secondary basic skills including classes for a high school diploma/equivalency.
  • Classes and courses for immigrants eligible for services in citizenship and English as a Second Language, and workforce preparation classes in basic skills.
  • Education programs for adults with disabilities.
  • Short-term career technical education with high employment potential; and
  • Programs for apprentices.

For more information: See our Adult Education Programs