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Adult education and the Teenage Brain

Colleagues, 

Our field is called Adult Education, but does that truly reflect the full range of individuals we serve? What about the teenagers who have left traditional school? Are they really adults? And how does that impact our program planning and instructional models? I invite you to review the article Why Teens Should Understand Their Own Brains (And Why Teachers Should Also) 

How Poverty Shapes the Brain

The Washington Post recently covered a research study linking poverty and brain structure in children.  The following are excerpts from this article.

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