Adult Education Program
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.
For more information, contact Dr. Margaret Segersten at [email protected] or 309-715-7308.
- Bus Drivers
- Fingerprinting and Background Checks
- Health Life Safety
- High School Equivalency Testing
- Parapro (Paraprofessional) Testing
- The SAT Exam
- Vision and Hearing
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