Members of the public continue to shed light on the mishandling of state adult education funding by

MiraCosta Community College: Are students with disabilities being left out in the cold? Oceanside, CA – At the April 19, 2018 Board meeting of the MiraCosta Community College Trustees, members of the public again appeared before the Board questioning certain funding practices of a MiraCosta-based consortium created under the California Adult Education Block Grant Program (AEBG) to improve programs and supports to help certain adult student groups bridge gaps to the workforce. The speakers urged the Board to review the funding tables contained in the consortium's 3-year implementation "AB8" plan to better understand the scope and seriousness of the public’s concerns about the possible mishand

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