With continuous funding since 1995, Adult Basic Education Services are a cornerstone of the Center on Education and Training for Employment.
In particular, the Adult Basic and Literacy Education (ABLE) Evaluation and Design Project provides leadership and coordination of activities of statewide significance for Ohio ABLE. Currently, staff members are designing and assisting in the implementation of a system that supports accountability at local, state, and national levels. The system is also designed to enable local and state staff to plan and develop program improvement and staff development activities.
Although the project's emphasis is on Ohio's ABLE system, much of the staff's efforts has led to national recognition in adult education. The majority of the project's activities are focused on the following evaluation design and standards-based education work.
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