What Do Adult Education Programs Offer?
Family Literacy Program
Adults and children learn literacy together to support the development of both ages. Programs address the importance of effective communication within the family unit and provide adults with skills and resources to teach their children.
Classes help adults with minimal education learn and/or improve reading, writing, and math skills.
High School Equivalency (HSE)
To learn about exams that are available, visit our page here
Adult Basic Education (ABE)
These programs are for adults and youth over the age of 16 who are not enrolled and school and want to improve basic skills in math, writing, and reading. Some programs also teach basic financial skills and may include banking and budget planning.
English as a Second Language (ESL)
Programs teach basic English to individuals that do not use it as their primary language. Attention is paid to grammar and vocabulary, speaking, reading, and writing to improve the experience with everyday activities and social situations.
Classes offer assistance with the naturalization process and provide an introduction to citizenship.
Basic Computer Literacy
Programs teach the basic computer skills needed to function in everyday life. Courses demonstrate how to use the internet and provide entry-level program skills.
Libraries provide classes, seminars, and workshops held in a wide range of topics. Search our map to find a library in your area