ACCES/LI-RAEN
Farmingdale State College
2350 Broadhollow Road
Sinclair Hall, Room 185
Farmingdale, NY 11735

Tel: 631-293-3150
Fax: 631-293-4241

Welcome

Long Island Regional Adult Education Network / ACCES

The Long Island Regional Adult Education Network (LI-RAEN) provides technical assistance and professional development to adult literacy, occupational and continuing education programs funded by the New York State Education Department (NYSED). The LI-RAEN is one of seven Regional Adult Education Networks funded by the NYSED through federal Workforce Investment Act (WIA), Title II Section 223 funding.

The seven RAENS are part of the state system of staff development and technical assistance to programs identified by the Office of Adult Career and Continuing Education Services (ACCES) team as needing improvement in order to meet National Reporting System (NRS) performance benchmarks. These benchmarks measure educational gains in adult education and/or English literacy, passing rates for the General Educational Development (GED) Test, employment outcomes, and post-secondary education or training.

The LI-RAEN serves adult literacy program needs throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties and also works closely with other public service agencies (e.g., state and local Departments of Labor, local Departments of Social Services) within the local workforce development systems to address emerging, transitional, and incumbent workers’ literacy needs.

If you have questions about our services or would like more information on how the LI-RAEN can help your program meet its goals, please contact our office.   Martin G. Murphy, Ph.D. or Vicki Sindone 631-293-3150.


 New York State Board of Regents

 

TASC Overview Webinar by CTB-McGraw Hill

 

Taking the Mystery Out of Follow-up Outcomes April 30, 2014 Webinar:  https://cstraen.webex.com/cstraen/lsr.php?RCID=0d34f0eb273da645e6dbfa0986ace88b 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SA 160.2 DUE DATES 
This is a reminder that the SA160.2 is due to be faxed (518 
486-1751) or emailed to this mailbox 
(EPE@mail.nysed.gov<mailto:EPE@mail.nysed.gov>) on September 2, 
2015 to claim EPE hours through June 30, 2015. This form is only 
available through ASISTS. Important dates related to the 
submission are as follows: 
-September 1, 2015 - All EPE related data must be entered into 
ASISTS on or before this date 
-September 2 - All EPE programs must print out their SA 160's 
from ASISTS and fax (518 486-1751) or email 
(EPE@mail.nysed.gov<mailto:EPE@mail.nysed.gov>) to NYSED 
-September 15 -NYSED must receive in the mail hard copies of the 
SA 160.2 signed by the Superintendent 

Original signature copies should be mailed to: 

AEPP 
NYSED 
89 Washington Ave 
Room 460 EBA 
Albany, NY 12234 
 

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