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OVAE Reading (May 11, 2006)
Description of two adult reading initiatives.
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Technology and Distance Learning (May 03, 2006)
This page provides information about instructional technology, including how it is being used to improve the delivery of adult education.
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Career Guidance and Counseling Programs (May 01, 2005)
Career guidance and counseling programs help individuals acquire the knowledge, skills, and experience necessary to identify options, explore alternatives and succeed in society.
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Adult Secondary Education (Feb 14, 2005)
Adult Secondary Education (ASE) programs are designed for students who did not complete high school and are aged 16 and older.
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Content Standards and Assessment (Nov 15, 2004)
Content Standards and Assessment in Adult Education and Literacy
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Outcomes of Seven EL/Civics Demonstration Grant Projects (Aug 26, 2004)
Outcomes of seven EL/Civics demonstration grant projects Funded by OVAE in FY 2000
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Links to Adult Education and Literacy Related Sites (Jun 28, 2004)
This page contains links to a wide variety of sites with publications, resources, and information on adult education and literacy topics.
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Mathematics in Adult Education and Literacy (Mar 30, 2004)
Mathematics in Adult Education Topic Page.
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Adult Basic Education (Dec 30, 2002)
The Adult Basic Education program is designed for adults and out-of-school youth ages 16 years or older who are currently functioning below the eighth grade level or equivalent; are not enrolled in secondary school; do not have a secondary school diploma or its equivalent; and are beyond the age of compulsory school attendance under State law.
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Adult Basic Education (Dec 30, 2002)
The Adult Basic Education program is designed for adults and out-of-school youth ages 16 years or older who are currently functioning below the eighth grade level or equivalent; are not enrolled in secondary school; do not have a secondary school diploma or its equivalent; and are beyond the age of compulsory school attendance under State law.
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