College completion is a shared responsibility; this Toolkit also provides resources for adult education administrators, teachers, and students. Shortly after taking office, President Obama set a bold goal: by the U.S. will once again have the most highly educated, best prepared workforce in the world. Malcolm Knowles.
The Adult Education Department provides academic instruction up to the college level. Whether you need assistance in improving your reading ability, preparing for the GED, or making sure you are prepared for college or the workforce, Wallace Community College’s Adult Education program has something for you. These resource sheets for administrators and educators are part of the Power in Numbers initiative funded by the Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE). Power in Numbers aims to help adult students receive the higher-level math skills they need to succeed.
Resources for adult basic education teachers and tutors, ESL, GED and HiSET preparation, Career Pathways, and College and Career Readiness Standards.