In the new Power in Numbers report, the initiative explores how administrators, educators, and funders can apply insights from real-world case studies to advance adult education in their own communities. The report features key learnings from Affordable Learning Georgia, the Employment Technology Fund (ETF@JFFLabs), and Project COMPASS at Wake Tech Community College. Their edtech programs prove there is not a single prescriptive path to supporting successful adult learning with edtech; through these case studies, you will learn:
- How a state-wide open educational resources (OER) initiative has saved an estimated $55 million in textbook costs for its university students.
- How an investment fund has supported the scaling of seven adult workforce technology companies.
- How professors at a community college piloted an innovative distance learning model that has improved minority students’ course performance.