Census 2020: Preparing Your Adult Education Program, Participants, and Community – featuring California’s Adult Education Program - Shared screen with speaker view
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Follow this link for more information:https://caladulted.org/Educators/412
Counting for Dollars 2020 site - https://gwipp.gwu.edu/counting-dollars-2020-role-decennial-census-geographic-distribution-federal-funds
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Community Connect Labs - https://www.communityconnectlabs.com/
I joined about 10 minutes late. Are the community connect labs specific to CA or are they nationwide? Thanks!
I heard that the census *may* hire non-citizens if they have a need for people with certain language skills. So should non-citizens fill out the application in the hope that they may eventually need to be hired?
the census outreach worker who I met with last week did encourage our non-citizen applicants to submit since the process may be changing if they cannot get enough people.
Curriculum link: bit.ly/Census2020InstructionalMaterials
Thanks, Emily Watts. Do you know if you can actually move through the application even if you don't have an SSN? I was imagining that if you couldn't list an SSN, then you wouldn't be able to progress through the application.
Yes, we will be sharing the slides with all attendees and also posting the webinar recording on the NELRC website.
While I am not a lawyer, it is my understanding that you do not need to be a citizen to have an SSN issued.
Assessment type: Oral, written, role play https://www2.casas.org/elc/index.cfm?fuseaction=COAAPSList.details&ELCAssessStatusID=18067
We will be posting the slide deck and the webinar recording at https://nelrc.org/stand-up-and-be-counted/census2020/ soon.
The presentation will also be available on the NCL website: https://national-coalition-literacy.org
Thank you for sharing!
This is GREAT stuff! We're starting our discussions now and the materials and websites you've mentioned will help us in Texas. Thanks!
Other resources available on the NCL website:https://national-coalition-literacy.org/research/the-2020-census/census-2020-resource-links/
Tabitha Rae Stickel
Per the earlier question regarding practice Census 2020 surveys, you can see what the forms will look like at this link: https://www2.census.gov/programs-surveys/decennial/2020/technical-documentation/questionnaires-and-instructions/questionnaires/2020-informational-questionnaire.pdf
Central Valley Immigrant Integration Collaborative (CVIIC): https://cviic.org/
Can we get a copy of the tri-fold?
This is GREAT Stuff John. Thank you for being the voice of Adult Education and the opportunity for our students/Clients.
I would like a copy of the tri-fold also! What a great resource.
Wonderful content. We would love to have the trifold.
Here is where you can find your Complete Count Committee: https://www.census.gov/library/visualizations/interactive/2020-complete-count-committees.html
This is amazing!
How do you determine that it’s a 30 hour course if instructors are building the lessons from multiple sources that may devote varied amounts of time to each topic?
Tabitha Rae Stickel
Outstanding content — thank you to all!
Tabitha Rae Stickel
NCL’s page of Census resources: https://national-coalition-literacy.org/research/the-2020-census/census-2020-resource-links/
I will give links to NELRC to share
The Change Agent https://changeagent.nelrc.org/
Including documents, John's stuff, etc.
Here's the Call for Articles: https://changeagent.nelrc.org/write-for-us/
Change Agent Call for Articles https://changeagent.nelrc.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Call-for-articles-Issue-50.pdf
Thank you so much!
Thanks, all! Great webinar!