October 17th, 2014
The Commision on Adult Basic Education (COABE) in collaboration with Mountain Plains Adult Education (MPAEA) , Colorado Adult Education Professional Association (CAEPA) , and other leading adult education associations will be holding their annual 2015 conference in Denver, Colorado , April 21-24.
September 12th, 2014
Demystify the College and Career Readiness Standards (CCRS)!
On Friday, October 3, Nevada Adult Education and Nevada Adult Educators Present an informational webinar that presents a brief overview of:
- What the CCRS are and what they are not
- Why we need them
- Major shifts in instruction
- How the CCRS affect the Adult Ed HS Programs
- Integrated instruction of English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Technology
- Applicability of the CCRS to all levels of English Language Learners
- A key ingredient for Career Pathways
This webinar will begin promptly at 2:00 p.m. (PDT) and end at 3:00 p.m.
Claudia Bianca, Nevada’s Adult Basic Education Professional Development Manager, will host and moderate this event.
You must register for this webinar. https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/728141281
September 12th, 2014
The Utah Association for Adult, Community, and Continuing Education will be holding their 2014 conference on October 23 and 24 at Dixie State University in St. George, Utah.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
September 9th, 2014
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Deadline Extended to October 22
Up to $1000 available for postsecondary education.
Any Adult Education graduate who has either received a Nevada Certificate of High School Equivalency or an Adult Standard High School Diploma within the state of Nevada may apply.
Up to $1,000 towards:
Other approved expenses
See www.nvadulted.org/scholarship for complete details.
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June 16th, 2014
Spotlight on Nevada’s Department of Education
Each week, Governor Sandoval recognizes exceptional achievements, successful programs and initiatives, and a standard of excellence in the work that is being done every day in State government in Nevada. In the spotlight this week is the Nevada Department of Education’s ongoing effort to provide critical high school equivalency and alternative education opportunities that help to reduce unemployment and enhance Nevada’s workforce.
Beginning this year, the State of Nevada became the first in the nation to provide multiple options for High School Equivalency (HSE) assessments. These educational assessments are the basis for awarding thousands of Nevadans a state-issued High School Equivalency Certificate, which affords them a higher likelihood of securing employment. The assessments allow test-takers to demonstrate proficiency in the academic skills that are necessary not only for success on the job, but in postsecondary studies as well. There are nearly 300,000 adults in Nevada who currently lack a high school diploma or an equivalent. By offering multiple methods for obtaining a HSE Certificate, the Department of Education is expanding the pathway to professional success for thousands of Nevadans whose employment opportunities would otherwise be limited.
Nevada’s expanded HSE offerings were recently showcased during the Inaugural Nevada Correctional Education Consortium (NCEC) graduation ceremony last month. The ceremony was the first of the 2014 academic year and was also the first ever to take place at the Carlin Conservation Camp in Elko County. During the ceremony, inmates received HSE Certificates after having completed programs that increased their career readiness skills and technical proficiencies. Studies show that inmates who complete these types of programs are less likely to recidivate than those who do not participate in educational programs, and every dollar spent on basic adult education within the criminal justice system yields a six dollar return on the investment.
The Governor is proud to recognize the success of the Nevada Department of Education’s innovative expansion of high school equivalency opportunities and to shine the spotlight on the dedicated efforts of the Nevada Correctional Education Consortium in helping to make employment and professional success a reality for many Nevadans across the Silver State.
May 27th, 2014
Many Nevada Adult Educators attended the 2014 Mountain Plains Adult Education Association conference this spring.
Nevada Adult Educators was proud to provide scholarships to its members.
Here are some of the conference reports from our members:
May 7th, 2014
NAE member Mary Koscinski from Mineral County School District was the Award of Excellence winner from the state of Nevada at the 2014 MPAEA conference in Santa Fe. Pictured here with Kathleen Jameson, President of Mountain Plains Adult Education Association, and Brad Deeds, Nevada State Adult Education Director.