Adult Basic Education (ABE)
The ABE program is available for all adults who have less education than a high school diploma, or lack the level of literacy skills required for productive employment. The ABE instruction offers adults the opportunity to prepare for high school equivalency, college entrance, career-technical education, employment, and/or promotion on the job. The classes are free of charge with no cost for books and other materials. Individuals advance at their own rate of speed using materials designed for the adult. Traditional textbook instruction is combined with individualized computer based instruction and tutoring.
Preparation for General Educational Development (GED) test includes the subject areas of Writing Skills/English, Mathematics, Literature and the Arts, Science, and Social Studies.
English as a Second Language (ESL)
The tuition-free program is available for any adult with a native language other than English who wishes to learn the English language.
For more information concerning ABE/GED/ESL classes contact Teresa Smith at 662-246-6524 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The ABE/GED instructors are (l to r) Penny Garrard,Eloise Harris,
Director Teresa Smith,Lillian West, and Joann Tisdale.