A Case Study: The Preparedness of Adult Education Students for College-level Education

A Case Study: The Preparedness of Adult Education Students for College-level Education

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Each year adult education programs have served over three million people. Approximately 40% of these students aged 24 years and younger who were economically and educationally disadvantaged have benefited from postsecondary education. Although adult education programs have offered high school diploma (HSD) and General Educational Development (GED) credentials to the adult population including young adults, many of the graduates who enrolled in higher education failed to enter at college-level. Because most non-traditional students left college during their first year, their preparation for college-level education had a dire consequence for not only their success, but that of society as well. The desired results would be an increased educational attainment leading to economic betterment for the area.(Online) In End School Violence. Retrieved May ... Embedding college readiness indicators in high school curriculum and assessments. Policy Brief: High ... Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Retrieved ... Diploma count: An essential guide to graduation policy and rates. Retrieve March 30anbsp;...


Title:A Case Study: The Preparedness of Adult Education Students for College-level Education
Author: Julie Gibbons Griffin
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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