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As we celebrate our 50th year of providing quality adult education to the Rowland Heights and surrounding communities please join the more than 6,000 adults who will enroll in a wide range of classes offered by Rowland Adult and Community Education (RACE). There are more than 600 courses available online and classes are offered at 20 different sites across the Rowland Unified School District. For a poster of our Schoolwide Learning Objectives, click here.

RACE is proud to be a partner in the Mt. SAC Regional Consortium for Adult Education. Click on the logo above to be taken to our consortium website and see what is offered in the second largest region in the state of California.

To ensure that RACE offers high quality educational programs for the adult community, RACE goes through a rigorous accreditation process as part of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). Schools that go through this process are committed to making sure what is offered meeting the high standard necessary for student success. RACE is proud to have been continuously accredited every six years, which is the maximum term, for 42 years. To learn more about WASC, click on the WASC logo above.

In recognition of 150 years of Adult Education,  which is now 163 years of adult education in the state of California, the logo at the top left of the page, 150 Years, will guide you to the history of Adult Education. By clicking on the logo, you will learn how adult education paved the way for adults in the state and the important contributions that adult education has made.

 

The top logo, California Adult Schools, will take you to all website showing all the adult schools in the state.

ADULT EDUCATION FACILITY

  • 6000 sq. ft. building
  • 30-station computer lab
  • 54-seat lecture classroom
  • Student restrooms
  • Student break room
  • Adult administrative offices
  • Built to serve the needs of Rowland Heights and the surrounding communities

RACE FUNDING

2020-2021 Funding - Adult Ed Program (AEP)

Allocation of $1,748,149

 

1920-2020 Funding - Adult Ed Program (AEP)

Allocation of $1,748,149

 

2018-2019 Funding - Adult Ed Program (AEP)

Allocation of $1,623,466

 

2017-2018 Funding - Adult Ed Block Grant (AEBG)

Allocation of $1,623,466

 

2016-2017 Funding - Adult Ed Block Grant (AEBG)

Allocation of $1,355,556


2015-2016 Funding - Adult Ed Block Grant (AEBG)

Allocation of $1,355,556


2014-2015 Funding based on 2007-08 Funding - Maintenance of Effort

Allocation of $1,355,556


2013-2014 Funding based on 2007-08 Funding - Maintenance of Capacity

Allocation of $1,355,556


2012-2013 Funding based on 2007-08 Funding

Allocation of $1,355,556 less 20% state cut and 20% district flexibility

  • Total Budget $813,334

2011-2012 Funding based on 2007-08 Funding

Allocation of $1,355,556 less 20% state cut and 20% district flexibility

  • Total Budget $813,334

2010-2011 Funding based on 2007-08 Funding

Allocation of $1,355,556 less 20% state cut and 20% district flexibility

  • Total Budget $813,334

2009-2010 Funding based on 2007-08 Funding

Allocation of $1,355,556 less 20% state cut and 20% district flexibility

  • Total Budget $813,334

2008-2009 Funding

Allocation of $1,355,556 less 15% state cut

  • Total Budget 1,152,222

2007-2008 Funding

  • ADA Cap 570/Generated 621
  • BRL $2,645.30
  • Cal Works ADA Cap 13/Generated 48
  • Total Budget $1,476,395

2006-2007 Funding

  • ADA Cap 546/Generated 606
  • BRL $2,530.66
  • Cal Works ADA Cap 17/Generated 49
  • Total Budget $1,380,399

Rowland Adult has secured additional funding in the areas of:

  • EL Civics
  • Civics Participation
  • Cal Works
  • 231 Federal Funds