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ROE26 is offering an Adult Education Program designed for the non-traditional student to achieve his/her High School Equivalency certificate and beyond. Through Individual Education Plans, our qualified staff are trained to assist students into the next level through connecting with local agencies and services, creating a transition plan for college, training or career readiness, and bridging the gap between student and services within the workforce area.
This program is specifically designed for out of school persons age 17 and above. ROE26 is able to offer this program through a partnership with ROE 33 RAES (Regional Alternative Education Services). During a student’s time in the program, he/she will learn basic skills for English Language Arts, Math, and workplace skills, as well as, become prepared to take the High School Equivalency Exam.
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i-Pathways is a program designed to offer both online and offline learning options for individuals 17 and older seeking their GED or High School Equivalency Certificate. This program is offered for night school students. Study areas include Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, Basic Math, Mathematics, Basic Writing, and Consumer Education.
ABE is a Pre-Literacy course in an instructional based format for basic beginning level students with a 0-4th grade reading level which helps increase the very basics of reading, writing, speaking, and math skills to help move into the next level of ABE. This program is an approved curriculum and courses through ICCB. This program assists students from a grade 4 through eighth grade competency level as determined by standardized assessment. These students are provided instructional learning along with supportive computer-based programs to enhance their basic learning skills while developing to the next level, ASE.
ASE approved classes aid a student who has leveled up to a 9th-12th grade competency level. The next step will result in the attainment of a high school diploma or high school equivalency certificate and prepare students for the workforce, training, and/or post-secondary education through College and Career Readiness Standards. With an approved curriculum and courses through ICCB, this program assists clients from a 9th through 12th grade competency level as determined by standardized assessment. These students will participate in modeled learning along with supportive computer-based programs to enhance their ASE learning skills while developing to secure employment opportunities or enroll in postsecondary education courses or certificates.
With collaboration and partnerships through WIOA, Carl Sandburg College, and other community partners for training and education, students become prepared to enter an IET program or a CTE Bridge program. These are offered through Carl Sandburg College or an approved independent training program. A transition coordinator or qualified staff member from the Adult Ed program works with clients as they get closer to a high school diploma or high school equivalency certificate to begin the process of bridging.
Students begin their Bridge program preparation during the school year when they have reached a 6th grade competency level, are English language proficient, and have met specific criteria for the provider. Through a single course, or a series of courses, clients are prepared to enter credit-bearing courses and programs that include entry level occupational skills within a career cluster. These programs and partnerships are offered through iPathways or other approved agencies and programs. With collaboration and regular meetings with WIOA and Carl Sandburg, as well as other community partners for training and education, students will be prepared to enter an IET program or a CTE Bridge programs through Carl Sandburg College or an approved independent training program. A transition coordinator or qualified staff from the Adult Ed program works with students as they get closer to a high school diploma or high school equivalency certificate to begin the process of bridging.