Mark-up of the Arkansas Adult Education Policies and Procedures (6/2015)
2015-2016 Adult Education Policy Changes Questions and Comments
2015-2016 Information and Forms
Adult Education Programs
Adult education programs provide basic skills classes to adults with less than a high school education. Adult education in Arkansas is based on the following philosophy:
- All adults can learn.
- All adults have the right to education that enhances their ability to effect positive changes in their lives.
- All adults have the right to obtain the life skills that they need to become self- sufficient, actively participating members of society.
- All adults have the right to complete their education through the high school level.
Adult Basic Education and General Adult Education serve adults with less than a high school education. More >
GED® offers adults the opportunity to earn the GED® credential. More >
English as a Second Language (ESL) serves individuals whose native language is not English. More >
Correctional education provides basic skills education to incarcerated individuals who lack a high school diploma. More >
Family literacy classes serve the basic skills needs of children and their parents. More >
Workforce Alliance for Growth in the Economy (WAGE) offers academic and job skills instruction to unemployed and underemployed Arkansans. More >
Adult Education News and Events
There are no events currently scheduled.