An online Master's in Adult Education is the first step that educators must take in order to be able to teach adults who are either earning their GED or moving into higher education through an online format. With more than 39 million Americans that have dropped out of high school and many more Americans deciding on continuing their education as adults, the need for specially trained adult educators has risen. And one of the best ways to earn a degree in this field is online. Online degrees are more affordable and offer more flexibility than traditional degrees, making it a great choice for working professionals juggling a career, family life, and entertaining the idea of continuing their education.
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The UACCB Adult Education Department seeks to meet adult students' educational needs at the secondary level by providing instruction to those who want to earn a high school diploma through the GED program. Basic skill instruction to prepare for college enrollment or job advancement and English as a Second Language ESL classes for non-English speakers are also offered through the Adult Education grants. These grants allow all adult education classes to be offered free to the public. Adult Education services are available for anyone who is at least 18 years old and not enrolled in high school.
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It's never too late, or too expensive, to continue your education. Classes are taught by a certified teacher with on-site testing, and programs are tailor-made for each student's needs. You can enroll at any time, get your GED today!
According to a Pew Research Center survey, 73 percent of adults think of themselves as lifelong learners. Sixty-three percent of those working have enrolled in a course or completed additional training in the 12 months preceding the survey. Adult education is a critical part of today's society, and those with additional educational and professional experience can be on the forefront of providing these individuals with education at the secondary and postsecondary levels.