Rhode Island Adult Education
The Rhode Island Adult Education system is responsible for enabling adults to acquire the basic skills necessary to function in today's society so that they can benefit from the completion of secondary school, enhanced family life, attaining citizenship, participating in job training and retraining programs, entering employment or post secondary education.
Adult Education and GED
Adult Education, GED, and Workforce Training programs support Rhode Island adults in gaining skills and credentials for employment, citizenship, and family and community leadership.
Student Centered Learning - not all learners start at the same place and each individual learns at his/her own pace. Programs should plan to meet students where they are in technology skills and provide them with instruction and assessment to improve those skills. Whenever possible, the technology skills should be embedded in subject area work.
Vision - The utilization of internet resources and related technology is part of the fabric of life in 2015. Adult Education programs must develop a blended learning environment that includes internet and technology use as part of the educational experience for all of their learners. Technological fluency (digital literacy) is a requirement for all citizens to have success in the workplace and in educational programs. (college and career readiness)