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.

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