Chapter 5. Educational Services of California Unemployment Insurance Code >> Division 7. >> Chapter 5.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, when a person
using his or her Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act individual
training account enrolls in an adult education program, a noncredit
curricula program at a community college, or a regional occupational
center or program, for which state funds are allocated, all of the
following shall apply:
(a) The entities administering the program may use Workforce
Innovation and Opportunity Act individual training account funds only
to increase the number of hours of services provided above their
adult block entitlement pursuant to Section 52616 of the Education
Code and funding limit for regional occupational center programs for
the purpose of enhancing services already supported with state funds.
Any state funds provided to these entities above their adult block
entitlements and funding limit for regional occupational center
programs shall be subject to an appropriation in the annual Budget
(b) Any state funds allocated to the entity administering the
program shall not be offset with the Workforce Innovation and
Opportunity Act individual training account funds.
(c) The entity administering the program shall use the Workforce
Innovation and Opportunity Act individual training account funds
received for the program.
To the extent permitted by federal law, school districts and
county offices of education are eligible to apply to local workforce
development boards to provide basic skills training and skills
necessary for attaining a secondary school diploma.
To the extent permissible under federal law, the Governor
may set aside a portion of the youth funding specifically for
programs to improve the academic skills of low-achieving youth,
including those at risk of not passing the high school exit
examination required by Section 60850 of the Education Code, and for
dropout prevention activities.