Learn about some of the resources OTAN has to offer:
OTAN works to negotiate the best free or reduced-cost special offers for online curriculum licenses and professional development resources suggested by our OTAN Advisory Committee and adult educators in the field. See our current offers!
This site supports teachers and learners at WIOA funded adult education agencies in California.
A repository for original EL Civics instructional materials created by California WIOA, Title II: AEFLA/EL Civics agencies. These materials can be used to teach EL Civics content to English language learners as part of the 30 hours of instruction required in California before administering an EL Civics Assessment (COAAP).
Here is a new tool to help adult education teachers locate and learn about Web sites and other technology related to the lesson topic.
Here you will find an extensive collection of web-based class activities.
The OTAN Online Lesson Plan Builder is designed as a tool for adult educators to improve instruction. It is intended for the use of both new teachers who are studying their craft and of experienced teachers developing detailed lesson plans to share with their peers.
Here you will find an extensive collection of full-text electronic resources organized by topic and the online catalogs of physical collections available for reference, circulation, or purchase.
Search for a California Adult Education Provider near you.
OTAN invites field nominations of adult education learners who are successful as a result of the education received at California WIOA funded adult education agencies. Nominations are accepted during the open nomination period.
The WIOA, Title II: AEFLA grant provides supplemental funds for adult education to (1) assist adults to become literate and obtain the knowledge and skills necessary for employment and economic self-sufficiency; (2) assist adults who are parents or family members to obtain education and skills; (3) assist adults in attaining a secondary school diploma and postsecondary education and training, including through career pathways; and (4) assist immigrants and other individuals who are English language learners.
A list of accessibility resources for teachers and administrators.