2016 Colorado Revised Statutes
Title 22 - Education
General and Administrative
Article 10 - Adult Education and Literacy
§ 22-10-105. Evaluation of grants - report

CO Rev Stat ยง 22-10-105 (2016) What's This?

(1) (a) The office shall annually review the information received from adult education and literacy grant recipients to evaluate the effectiveness of the programs that receive grants in meeting the goals set for the programs in the grant applications. The office shall report its conclusions to the state board for purposes of evaluating ongoing grants.

(b) The department may audit the records and accounts of grant recipients relating to grants awarded pursuant to this article. A local education provider shall make the records and accounts available to the department upon request.

(c) Upon completing an adult education and literacy program funded, in whole or in part, by a grant awarded pursuant to this article, a local education provider shall report to the department the same information concerning the state-funded program as is required by Title II of the federal "Workforce Investment Act of 1998", as amended, 20 U.S.C. sec. 9201 et seq., for federally funded programs. The department may request such additional information as may be required by rule of the state board.

(2) (a) The office shall prepare an annual report concerning the grant program that, at a minimum, addresses the use, allocation, and outcomes of the grant moneys, including the effectiveness of each program that receives a grant and the continuing level of unmet need for adult education within the state. In evaluating program outcomes, the office may consider, but need not be limited to considering, student participation, completion, educational attainment, employment, and poverty-reduction data and analysis. The report must also include an overview of the collaboration efforts of the office, the department of higher education, the department of labor and employment, the community college system, other local education providers, other postsecondary education or training providers, and other workforce development providers in meeting the state's need for adult education and literacy programs and workforce development.

(b) The office shall submit the report to the governor's office; the state board; the joint budget committee of the general assembly; the education committees of the senate and the house of representatives, or any successor committees; the business, labor, and technology committee of the senate, or any successor committee; and the business, labor, economic, and workforce development committee of the house of representatives, or any successor committee. The office shall also post the report on the department's website for public viewing.

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