District and State
NEW: State Adult Education Trends
NRS information by state is available on enrollment, attendance, special populations, outcomes, and staffing data for adult education programs. Research Allies for Lifelong Learning looked at data from 2006-07 to 2010-11, the most current years available. To keep state data informative, results are organized as frequently-asked questions (FAQ). Answers to questions offer a snapshot of statewide information in time at a broad level.
—State of Georgia’s Adult Education Program (ppt)
From the Technical College System of Georgia, Office of Adult Education, this Power point offers facts and information on adult education in Georgia. Presented by Josephine Reed-Taylor, these slides give an overview of Georgia’s need for adult education, student demographics, and a snapshot of Georgia’s adult education teaching workforce.
—Adult Education and Workforce Skills Performance Report
The Adult Education and Workforce Skills Performance Report from the Indiana Chamber of Commerce gauges the ability of education providers to address the long-term workforce needs in Indiana. It focuses largely on education and training at levels below the baccalaureate—and the large number of adults who are left behind and under-prepared for work in this economic environment.
—Linking Education to Employment
Provides state specific demographic, economic, employment, and school enrollment data for Mississippi. Return on Investment data include Medicaid reductions, incarceration rate reductions, and increased tax returns by investing in education. Power Point was presented by Dr. Phil Pepper, State Economist and IHL Assistant Commissioner for Planning and Research, Dollar General Pathways to Partnerships session, Jackson, MS, May 2009.
—Texas Data Center and Office of the State Demographer Web Site
Visit the Texas State Data Center for the latest statistical data and most in-demand reports on Texas.