Examining the Impact of Programs Funded by AEA Act
A literature review on program impact over the past 15
years with particular emphases on students' individual learning gains, economic impact,
family benefits and educational aspirations. (1995)
Welfare Reform Survey: Initial Indicators from the
25 states progress in implementing
welfare reform with a focus on the integration of adult education programming. (1996)
Creating Student Success: Student Retention Monograph
Practical suggestions on retaining students in
programs long enough to ensure some educational success. (1994)
Enhancing the Profession 1993-1994 Teacher Training
Survey of state funded teacher training
projects and priorities. (1993-94)
The Adult Education Program Annual Report, Program Year
A compilation of required state data
submitted to the US Office of Education for the period 1990 1993.
Shifting Paradigms: Technology and Adult Education
A step by step text describing how to implement
technology into all aspects of adult education programs. (1993)
Strategies for Change: Proceedings from a Policy
Forum of State Directors of Adult Education
for the future of the adult education field from a policy forum of State Directors of
Adult Education. (1996)
Examining the Impact of Programs Funded by AEA
A literature review on program impact over the
past 15 years with particular emphases on students' individual learning gains, economic
impact, family benefits and educational aspirations. (1995)
Focus on 353 Management and Products
A survey review of 353 expenditures and priorities at the state level.
Student Retention Monographs Available
The Consortium has a limited number of copies
of "Student Retention: Creating Student Success" available for member states.
This monograph, originally published in 1994, was reprinted in March at the request
of our membership. It offers practical suggestions on retaining students in programs
long enough to ensure some educational success.
State Directors: If you would like copies
of the monograph, contact the Consortium office at (202) 624-5250 or e-mail email@example.com . We will be happy to send you
copies as long as supplies last.
Non-Members: You can order a copy of
this publication here.