Adult Education Adult education is a public education program for all adults. Adult schools offer free to low-cost classes for adults 18 and older. Students can earn a high school diploma, high school equivalency certificate, learn about jobs, learn to . The Burbank Unified School District is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals in education. District programs and activities shall be free from unlawful discrimination, including discrimination against an individual or group based on race, color, ancestry, nationality, national origin, immigration status, ethnic group identification, ethnicity, age, religion, marital status.
Adult Education and Literacy. The Division of Adult Education and Literacy is responsible for enabling adults to acquire the basic skills necessary to function in today’s society so that they can benefit from the completion of secondary school, enhanced family life, attaining citizenship and participating in job training and retraining programs. Sec. a Adult education fees and charges; waivers. Adult education school activity fund. Sec. b Grants for adult education services or programs conforming to state plan. Sec. c State Board of Education administrative expenses for adult education. Sec. d Request of certain students to attend adult education classes. Assignment.
Attendance To receive credit in an Adult Education class, a student must attend class sessions regularly, exhibit good conduct, and complete all required class work. The school is financed by State and Federal funds based on enrollment and . Attendance at the Anderson Adult Education Center is authorized by the Board of Trustees and Administration of Anderson School District Five. There is no state attendance law for Adult Education; attendance in our program is optional. Our programs are designed for adults over the age of With the approval of the superintendent, students.
Allowable out-of-school activities may include: field trips, career and technical education student organization activities, school club member competitions (e.g., Forensics Club), athletic team participations, band contests, etc. For additional guidance on allowable out-of-school activities, see the State Board School Attendance Policy b. As part of program support, we provide Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) to the field. This helps facilitate effective communication and improves the understanding of Adult Education policy. This FAQ has been compiled over several months of responses to the field of Adult Education in Illinois. Q1. How should Spanish GED courses be classified? Foreign [ ].