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Adult education is also sponsored by corporations, labor unions, and private institutes. The field now embraces such diverse areas as vocational education, high-school equivalency, parent education, adult basic education (including literacy training), physical and emotional development, practical arts, applied science, and recreation as well as. Grass Roots Press has an international reputation for publishing high-quality resources for adult basic education and English as a Second Language communities. Grass Roots Press carries over 500 books, DVDs, and software packages.
Aligned to Common Core and College and Career Readiness Standards, the Essential Skills Workbooks break concepts down into manageable steps to help adult students grasp concepts and solve problems. The lessons use examples from everyday life to make ideas relatable. The three workbooks include lessons in five subject areas. May 21, 2019 · Basic mathematics is designed for anyone who needs a basic understanding of mathematics concepts and operations. Instruction is carefully sequenced to follow a logical order. Concepts are presented in clear, simple terms.Author: Jennifer Kasch.
Adult basic education programs and classes can cover the following topics: High school diploma equivalency. English as a second language. GED preparation. Family literacy. Citizenship exam preparation. 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.