Welcome to Adult Education and Literacy! The Adult Education and Literacy Program provides adults with sufficient basic education that enables them to effectively acquire the basic educational skills necessary for literate functioning; participate in job training and retraining programs; obtain and retain employment; and continue their education to at least the level of completion of secondary school and preparation for post-secondary education. We have many partners throughout our 11 counties of the North Texas Workforce Board (Archer, Baylor, Clay, Cottle, Foard, Hardeman, Jack, Montague, Wichita, Wilbarger, and Young) that we serve and continually seek to build new partnerships to improve our services and provide classes to the communities that we serve.
Adult Education and Literacy Program Services provide the following:
We are excited to provide in-person and remote learning for our GED Prep and ESL Classes! Our first priority is to keep our students safe. Therefore, our in-person classes will have limited number of students & will be sanitized daily & wearing masks will be optional. As for remote learning (GED & ESL), you will need a desktop, laptop, or tablet with the Zoom Client for Meetings app downloaded. It is a great opportunity to serve many more students across our 11 counties. Below are the links to class schedules for our ESL & GED prep classes for more information about locations and orientation schedules:
If you are interested in any of our programs (English as a Second Language, High School Equivalency, or Integrating Education and Training), please contact us at 940-322-6928 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vision and Mission of Adult Education and Literacy
To deliver education, workforce, and post-secondary education and training transition outcomes for students through innovative service delivery and partnerships that result in efficiencies, alignments, and accountability.
To promote and support a responsive and accountable system that creates value and supports local solutions to addressing the educational and workforce development needs of Adult Education and Literacy (AEL) customers, businesses, and community stakeholders.
To support increases in employment, postsecondary education and training transition, skill gains, and secondary completion through demonstrated approaches that integrate system services and leverage community partnerships.