Adult Education Quarterly (AEQ) is a quarterly scholarly refereed journal committed to advancing the understanding and practice of adult and continuing education. Quality: improving quality assurance, including monitoring and impact assessment, improving initial and continuing education of adult educators, and collecting the necessary data on needs to effectively target and design provision. High School Credits – You can acquire high school credits or upgrade existing marks to meet the admission requirements of post-secondary institutions, or to complete requirements for the PEI High School Graduation Certificate for Mature Students. MSE Adult Education Weekend Program requires students to purchase their own books prior to the start of class. AEFLA requires that an additional four-year state plan be developed, approved by the Kansas Board of Regents, and submitted to the U. S. Department of Education.
Emphasizes the importance of designing programs around the needs and problems of the school and community; considers economic, social, political characteristics of communities; methods of assessment, communication, involvement, and conflict resolution.
The mission of the Adult Education Division of the City Colleges of Chicago is to provide educational programs that help adults become literate, learn English as a second language, obtain a GED® credential, and gain the knowledge, skills and guidance necessary for transition to college and career pathways.
In order to support better quality of life for individuals and communities and prepare adults for achieving industry recognized credentials and college certificates, we provide high quality instruction and targeted student support services that are aligned with learner goals and available at times and places accessible to adults with jobs and families.
Each year our adult education classes help thousands of learners to achieve their goals and ambitions, and we are here to help you too. Elective courses could include those chosen from the online University Calendar which contains courses such as CNPS (Counselling Psychology) 363, 364, 365, 433 and EPSE (Education Psychology and Special Education) 303. The Kansas Board of Regents has compiled this list of sites for you to find the program best suited for your needs. Adult Basic Education (ABE) — For adults, 16 years or older, who did not graduate from high school and who want to improve their basic skills. Develop skills in reading, math, writing, social studies, and science so they can help children with their homework, be active in community affairs, and get better jobs. Call us at 860-695-5840,or visit your local GED® testing center at Adult Education Center, 110 Washington Street.