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ThornHillEducation 5h
Graduation is this Friday at 6pm. Over 75 graduates this year. Please come and join us
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Jim Peacock 4h
Excited to be presenting and have an exhibit table tomorrow at the Maine Adult Education Association Conference in Orono. Presenting on How to Create a Value Added Statement and on LinkedIn. Attending? Stop by my booth and say hi :)
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Elizabeth Ault 14h
Can we join the policy conversation so that can flourish? K12 teachers, Parent educators, birth to five educators... we are all trying to reach the same people. Let's do it together.
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MariaS.rediae 21h
A group of our ESOL learners are on a trip to today. Have a great time!
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MariaS.rediae Jun 17
Brilliant workshop from Darren
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MariaS.rediae 19h
They've arrived! Have a lovely time. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Nicole Warren 4h
Photos: Attended The Second Day Of Registration For GED Classes This Evening. Orientation Is July 1st. Classes Start July 2nd. A New Adventure Awaits. (Edited By )
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Regina Suitt 16h
Great article about that includes some history.
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Martika Shanel Carruthers Jun 16
In addition to inspiring our youth, I take pride in my current work of educating adults and helping reduce the recidivism rate. Spreading positivity. Promoting growth mindsets.
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East Region Adult Education 13h
Give yourself an edge in the workplace and sign up for one of our Microsoft Office/Google Drive courses on offer!
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Magnazine 16h
Programs aimed at helping these workers increase their human capital - even to the level of a high school diploma (or equivalent) - can improve the odds of moving up the job ladder.
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Elm Magazine 17h
New issue, and Sex, is out now! The issue covers from variety of angles, incl. comparing good practices, sexuality of people with disabilities; a look into self-help literature, and a glossary.
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Classes Abroad 21h
'Time to stop neglecting education for adults.' Because it's never too late, and learning can, and should be, life long!
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Anna Brychan 11h
Yes! Was fascinating. Diolch. Particularly struck by Monkton Primary's partnership with to deliver adult education in the school. Great story, eye popping impact
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NWF State College Jun 13
Kelsea Byron & Rowen Rushing recently donated study materials to the NWF program. They are in the process of testing for their final section of the GED & their donation will help future students in testing. If you're seeking your GED, NWF is a great option.
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EN-abilities Project 19h
Check our latest public deliverables on and inclusion!
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Karen Blair Jun 14
You know what would also make a big impact on getting 75% of Nova Scotians having a post-secondary credential? - Investing in the of those 25-64 year olds who don't have a high school diploma. Build skills, show them the path, & make stronger.
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Deirdre Hughes 20h
- Cultural learning is essential and needs to fully embedded in career development professionals, para-professionals & apprentice training
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deepahb Jun 10
Hey ADED 380 peeps Good luck tomorrow ladies 🙌🏼🤗
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IPEA Jun 13
Stephen O'Connor speaking about the importance of using an adult education approach in our Irish prisons
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