Summer camps for adult basic education

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Children of parents who are unemployed or have not completed high school are five times more likely to drop out than children of employed parents.Children’s literacy levels are strongly linked to the literacy levels of their parents, especially their mothers. adults are functionally illiterate in dealing with the health care system.

The adults in the program are over the age of 17 and have intellectual challenges, There is no cost to the student.Adult Education became a division of the New Mexico Higher Education Department in 2005 when the division moved from the Public Education Department to NMHED.New Mexico community colleges house the majority of the 24 ABE programs in our state.Supporting grants include Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development – Youth WIA, and MASST; and the City and Borough of Juneau Social Services Advisory Board.SERRC is grateful for Gruening Park Family Learning Center donors: Alaska Children’s Trust, Alaska Housing Development Corporation, United Way, and City and Borough of Juneau, and our many Volunteers.

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