Adult Basic Education
The Center’s Adult Basic Education programs are designed to facilitate and increase the ability of adults to read, problem-solve and expand their language usage and are based College and Career Readiness Standards. Students will enter the program after taking the Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment System (CASAS) in order to be placed in the correct level of instruction. Upon successful program completion, the participants will be post tested on the CASAS to appropriately move them in other basic education classes, to occupational training programs or into employment. An additional objective of the program is to prepare adults with learning materials, skills, and experiences that will prepare them to successfully participate in occupational training, college courses or taking the TASC (Test Assessing Secondary Completion).