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Transitional Programs

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Adult basic education to community college transitions symposium: proceedings report 2007 At the request of the USDE's Office of Vocational and Adult Education, leaders in adult education convened in 2006 to op...
Aligning secondary and postsecondary education: experiences from career and technical education 2011 This research paper follows the evolution of efforts to align secondary and postsecondary career technical education; an...
Building pathways to success for low-skill adult students: lessons for community college policy and practice from a longitudinal student tracking study April 2005 This report describes a study of student record information from the Washington State Board for Community and Technical ...
Building pathways to success for low-skill adult students: lessons for community college policy and practice from a longitudinal student tracking study (The April 2005 This brief summarizes findings from a study of student record information from the Washington State Board for Community ...
Connecting curriculum, assessment, and treatment in developmental education 2011 This research paper describes recent changes in developmental education and explores promising practices that align curr...
Increasing student achievement for basic skills students January 2008 This report describes basic skills adult students enrolled in the program I-BEST (Integrated Basic Education and Skills ...
Overcoming obstacles, optimizing opportunities: state policies to increase postsecondary attainment for low-skilled adults March 2008 State policymakers can use community colleges to address the issues of economic growth and individual prosperity if they...
Policy to performance toolkit: transitioning adults to opportunity November, 2012 The Policy to Performance project, conducted from 2009 to 2012 with funding from the U.S. Department of Education, was d...
Policy to performance: state ABE transition systems report November, 2012 The Policy to Performance project, conducted from 2009 to 2012 with funding from the U.S. Department of Education, was d...
Promising practices for transitioning students from adult education to postsecondary education; a review of literature with implications for California Community College practitioners January 2009 This report examines the literature on practices and programs to improve students' transition from adult education to po...
Promoting college and career readiness: bridge programs for low-skill adults 2011 This research paper describes approaches to bridge programs and explores promising practices that contextualize and inte...
Promoting learner transitions to postsecondary education and work: developing academic readiness skills from the beginning March 2010 This brief reviews the literature on the skills needed for adult English language learners to transition to academic stu...
Random acts of progress: certification of readiness for jobs & college March 30, 2012 This is the final report in CAAL's project about certification of adult student readiness for college and work. Section ...
Short guide to “Tipping Point” analyses of community college student labor market outcomes April 2008 This document is designed to provide guidance to community colleges on how to design studies of the labor market outcome...
Transitioning adults to college: adult basic education program models August 2006 The transformation of adult basic education programs to include transition services for adults is an emerging area of co...
Transitioning English language learners: annotated bibliography January 22, 2009 This bibliography provides citations and annotations for resources relevant to the theme of transitioning English langua...
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OTAN activities are funded by contract CN180031 from the Adult Education Office, in the Career & College Transition Division, California Department of Education, with funds provided through Federal P.L., 105-220, Section 223. However, OTAN content does not necessarily reflect the position of that department or the U.S. Department of Education.