Day One: Long-term Impact of Adult Basic Skills Program Participation
Submitted by Cynthia Zafft on October 19, 2015 - 8:22am
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Greetings One and All:
Today we kick off a multi-group, week-long discussion on the impact of participation in Adult Basic Skills (ABS) programs beginning with a webinar on the Longitudinal Study of Adult Learning (LSAL) by Dr. Steve Reder. If you haven’t registered for the today’s webinar, see the link below.
Event Title: What’s Happening in Adult Basic Skills Programs: The Long-term Impact of ABS on Economic Outcomes, Postsecondary Engagement, and GED Attainment
Date(s): Webinar – October 19, 2015 (1:00PM – 2:00 PM ET); Register now!
Following the webinar, we will continue the discussion throughout the week, ending on Friday, October 23, 2015, in the LINCS Career Pathways, Financial Literacy, Postsecondary Completion, and Program Management groups.
All community members are invited!
The LSAL study has been written up in four briefs available in the LINCS Resource Collection. You can link to them directly by clicking on each title below.
- The Impact of ABS Program Participation on Long-Term Economic Outcomes
- The Impact of ABS Program Participation on Long-Term Literacy Growth
- The Impact of ABS Program Participation on Long-Term GED Attainment
- The Impact of ABS Program Participation on Long-Term Postsecondary Engagement
Postsecondary Completion Moderators