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Who should consider Adult Education in New Hampshire?
Adults who need skills for success at home and work
The national Adult Literacy Survey studied literacy levels of Americans on real-life tasks like addressing an envelope and reading a street map. The Survey placed people on one of five literacy levels.
New Hampshire adults scored better than the national average, but more than 295,000 people scored at the lowest literacy levels (level 1 and 2).
12% of New Hampshire adults scored at literacy level 1, needing a lot of improvement.
25% of New Hampshire adults scored at literacy level 2, needing some improvement.
Adults who want to learn english
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESL) is the fastest growing group of adult education students in the country.
ESL students make up 59% of New Hampshire adult education students.