Adult Education and Family Literacy Act (AEFLA) Funded Programs. Adult Basic Education (ABE) – ABE programs are designed to help adults improve their skills in reading, writing, mathematics, language acquisition and other basic skills. Students working below the ninth-grade level receive help to transition to Adult Secondary Education.
Marketing, Recruitment, Retention, Section 7 – The West Virginia Adult Basic Education (WVABE) Program is funded by the Adult Education and Family Literacy Act, enacted August 7, as Title II of the Workforce Investment Act of WVABE is administered through the West Virginia Department of Education Office of Adult.
The continual impact adult education and workforce development has on , adults in Maryland without a high school diploma. Improved retention of adult learners from 39% to 59% and the increase in literacy level gains from 51% to 56%. Office of Adult Education and Literacy Services Updates, Terry R. Gilleland, Jr., Co-Chair.