The Adult Education section is on page 33.
I've copied it out here:
The 2013 Budget Act provided 25 million dollars Prop 98 General Fund for two-year planning and implementation grants for regional consortia of community college districts and K-12 districts, $15.1 million Prop 98 General Fund Reversion for the Adults in Correctional Facilities, and required K-12 Districts to maintain the 2012-13 level of adult education and career technical education programs in 2013-14 and 2015-16.
Adult education consortia plans will be completed by early 2015, and the Administration intends to make an investment in the 2015-17 budget for adult education, including adult education in county jails, through a single restricted categorical program. The Administration will continue to work jointly with the State Department of Education and the California Community College Chancellor’s Office to complete the adult education consortia plans, while working with the Legislature to ensure that any legislation pertaining to adult education aligns with and supports the planning process currently underway and provides consistent guidelines to the K-12 and community college districts.
(Highlights mine. But that "single restricted categorical program" is a big deal and I want to know more about how that would play out - the good, the bad, the new, etc.)
This is a proposed budget. The public has to review and weigh in on it. Same with the Legislature. There is the whole tweaking, revising, voting, approving, not approving, arguing, vetoing, not vetoing yet to come.
In the meantime, what do you think? Are we seeing the regeneration for Adult Education?