NYSED Has sent approvals to all the NYC ALE programs that requested Hybrid instruction. Attached to the approval email programs should have received several documents that are related to Hybrid Instruction as defined by NYSED AEPP. These documents are linked below:
AEPP FY 23 Hybrid Instruction Request Final
FY2022-2023 Hybrid Class Set Up Tutorial
AEPP Hybrid Education Screening Tool RUBRIC Fillable July 2022
AEPP Hybrid Education Screening Tool Issued July 2022
In place of the Educational Service Plans used in FY22, the NYSED AEPP Office has introduced the Hybrid Instruction Request form for those providers seeking permission to provide remote instruction for all or some of their classes in FY23.
If programs have reconsidered and are interested in hybrid instruction, the Hybrid Instruction Request form must be completed form must be received into the ALE@nysed.gov mailbox no later than August 15, 2022.
AEPP approval will be accompanied by an AEPP Hybrid Student Screening Tool and a detailed tutorial on the proper ASISTS set up for these classes.
In response to the COVID-19 public health emergency, Governor Cuomo extended the directive that all non-essential State employees for New York State’s agencies and public authorities, including the State Education Department, should not report to work. This directive will remain in effect through close of business May 15, 2020.
Please visit the NYC STAC Coronavirus Policies page for guidance and resources particularly related to ALE funded programs.
Visit NYSED's dedicated COVID-19 web page for general guidance and resources. They will continue to provide updates as new information becomes available.
The New York City Support and Technical Assistance Center (STAC) for Adult Literacy Education (ALE) Programs is housed at the Literacy Assistance Center. As the name indicates, the purpose of the STAC is to provide support and technical assistance to the adult education programs in New York City receiving ALE funding from the New York State Education Department (NYSED) Adult Education Programs and Policy (AEPP) Unit.
The NYC STAC supports and complements the work of the New York City Regional Adult Education Network (RAEN) which provides professional development and support around accountability to programs funded more broadly under NYSED.
For more information about the NYC STAC please contact Nell Eckersley at NellE@lacnyc.org
Adult Literacy Compliance Self-Review/Monitoring Form is due to ACCES-AEPP and Pat Mooney on November 15 according to the due date calendar.
You can find a copy of the most recent form here
The form itself says the deadline is October 31.
You can see the new FY2018 Calendar of NYSED AEPP Non EPE Due Dates here and download the Non EPE calendar here
ISRF data, enrollments, attendance, and assessment data is due monthly. This data must be entered into ASISTS by the end of the month following the month when activity occurred. Example: September data is due by October 31st. AISTS will automatically exit students who have hours entered for 90 days. You can no longer un-exit a student and any activity after the exit date will not count unless the student has begun a subsequent Period of Participation (meaning hours additional hours have been entered into ASISTS).
Follow Up Outcome data must be entered into ASISTS by the end of the month following the quarter when activity occurred
Quarter I (July, August, September) data due October 31st
Quarter II (October, November, December) data due January 31st
Quarter III (January, February, March) data due April 30th
Quarter IV (April, May, June) data due July 31st