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Center for American Progress Blog -- Why Economic Disadvantage Becomes Educational Disadvantage

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/race/news/2013/09/24/75320/why-economic-disadvantage-becomes-educational-disadvantage/  While this article focuses on issues of race and poverty, these issues are very much related to the population of students correctional educators come into contact with every day.  Sam Fulwood calls attention to the fact that poor high school students don't receive the information they need in order to navigate the financial aid

Television and Twitter Event: Kentucky's Transition to the new GED(r) Test

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Monday night’s Education Matters on KET was a great show! If you missed it watch it at http://www.ket.org/educationmatters/!

Discuss With Us! NAEL Week Featured College and Career Readiness Resource

 

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For over a decade, standards-based education has been an integral part of the Office of Vocational and Adult Education’s (OVAE) program of national leadership activities to improve the quality of adult education and literacy programs nationwide.  The standards-based education movement in adult education has resulted in communicating clearer expectations for students, using content standards to improve curriculum and instruction, and creating professional development to help staff develop the expertise to implement standards.”[1]

Today - September 19th - 2:00 p.m. Hangout

Original post by Barry Burkett

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September 19, KYAE Hangout, "Twitter in the AE Program"

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I've started holding KYAE Hangouts once a month and am inviting you to the first event inlcuding others beyond Kentucky's borders. As mentioned above the topic is on use of "Twitter in the AE Program." Please join us for an hour, from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. EST.  You can watch from my YouTube or Google+ page.

Reach Out to ABE Professionals in Your State and Region

Hello Members,  I just returned from St.

CCR Standards for Adult Education

 

In the newly released College and Career Readiness Standards for Adult Education report, the author, Susan Pimentel, states on page 6 that the standards will benefit all states in these ways:

College and Career Readiness Standards for Adult Education

Just Released: College and Career Readiness (CCR) Standards for Adult Education

The work is the result of a nine-month process that examined the Common Core State Standards from the perspective of adult education. It was funded to provide a set of manageable yet significant CCR standards that reflect broad agreement among subject matter experts in adult education about what is desirable for adult students to know to be prepared for the rigors of postsecondary education and training.  

Vera Institute Correctional Education Discussion

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I just returned from a wonderful gathering of professionals and policy-makers in the field of correctional education hosted by the Vera Institute in order to discuss how we as a professional community can better serve correctional education students.  The discussion grew from a previous ED summit held last Fall which began this important discussion.  Throughout the day we talked about many varied subjects within the field. What I'd like to do is share with the group a few topics at a time and ask for your feedback.

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