Latest Adult education Stories
By David Harrison email@example.com 777-3523 As more than 14,000 Roanoke County students head back to school today, some of their parents may be getting ready to go back to the classroom, too.
By PHILIP WALZER NORFOLK Barbara Ciara dropped out of school in Pittsburgh when she was 13, dreaming of rock 'n' roll glory. She and a few other would-be musicians moved to New York. "Life was good for about a summer," she said Wednesday. Then the band broke up.
By MARY MARAGHY Brazilian-born Kathia Matias of Orange Park said she went from housekeeper to bookkeeper, thanks to Barbara Shipp, a volunteer who taught her to read and speak English. Shipp provides one-on-one tutoring for adults as a volunteer of the Clay County Literacy Coalition.
By Naeem McFadden, Florence Morning News, S.C. Jul.
By Jessica Schonberg / firstname.lastname@example.org Girtus Gillispie is not your typical high school graduate. He is 22, with a job at Dunkin' Donuts and a 3-year-old son, Patrick. But adult education is not for typical high school students.
By Maria Herne, Republican & Herald, Pottsville, Pa. Jun. 20--For many reasons, the 23 gathered at the Schuylkill Technology Center North Campus quit school when they were kids. But last night, they had a second chance as adults to honor a promise they made to themselves to do better.
- totally perplexed and mixed up.