Adult Basic Education (ABE)
Adult Basic Education (ABE) instruction uses College and Career Readiness Standards for Adult Education and TABE (Test of Adult Basic Education) competencies
as the basis for instruction in an adult learners’ pathway to college, career or better citizenship.
Adult Secondary Education (ASE)
This program provides an opportunity for students who did not finish high school to return as adults and complete a Manhattan High School diploma. Each student is placed on an independent course of study specifically designed to help the student complete necessary coursework in a certain time frame. Minor students are still held to compulsory attendance requirements.
Adult Secondary Education (GED)
The GED program has become a significant means for
adults to acquire a high school equivalency diploma. GED Tests cover Language Arts reading and writing skills, Social Studies, Science, and Mathematics. Classes blend College and Career Readiness Standards for Adult Education and TABE competencies with GED preparation on three student identified pathways to prepare students for college, career or better citizenship.
Intensive Reading Instruction offers additional assistance to emergent and beginning readers in ABE and ESL classes. With a focused reading curriculum based on the Orton-Gillingham Method tested in adult and ESL populations, level advancement is guaranteed.
All students are required to identify a pathway that best meets their instructional goals. Each pathway has specific coursework students should complete to achieve pathway goals and include writing, conversation, and computer instruction.
Graduating Class of 2014
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