The LINK Newsletter - April 2021

The LINK Newsletter - April 2021
Posted on 04/15/2021
Link Newsletter April 2021

The SCRED Adult Basic Education Program (ABE) program is working everyday to decrease the number of adults in the U.S. that have not obtained a high school diploma. According to the US census data, this includes 22,000,000 adults.
The SCRED ABE program provides adult learners an onramp to a better job and a college education. The SCRED ABE program offers the following services:
GED testing, studying for the GED, diploma completion, basic skills enhancement, studying for the citizen test, and English as a Second Language (ESL).
A boot camp style resource to assist students in building the skills necessary to pass the GED test was recently implemented and covers the pertinent information needed to pass the RLA GED test within a flexible learning model.
Read about one of our SCRED ABE students and the journey this student took to obtain a high school diploma and move on to a higher education.
If you know of anyone that could benefit from Adult Basic Education classes, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.

Sally Welsh - ABE Program Coordinator: swelsh@scred.k12.mn.us
Hailey Swanson - ABE Program Assistant: hswanson@scred.k12.mn.us
Please click here for a current ABE class schedule

This month's spotlight on assistive technology is being used as a reminder for staff to return all assistive technology to SCRED that is checked out from the SCRED Lending Library by June 18, 2021.

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