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Potluck—March 30, 2017

Regional GED Graduation—2016

A Culture of Literacy: Virginia Festival of the Book and Adult Learners. 

Voices of Adult Learners, a yearly publication of student writing is featured in the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities magazine ViewsRead all about it on page 32.

2014-2015 Year in Review

2014-2015 Year in Review

Refugees Petition for Bus Service

. . . with the help of their English as a Second Language Teachers Kate Steers and Heidi Gordon, they decided to try to do something about it and try to get bus service for all of the people that live in University Heights . . . read more

"remove indent"Thomas Jefferson Adult and Career Education working to offer GED alternative

Introduced in 1975, the National External Diploma Program requires participants to demonstrate 100 percent mastery of 70 competencies and an occupational or specialized skill in order to receive a high school diploma. Most people can finish the program in six to 12 months . . .  read more

A photo slideshow review of TJ ACE classes and programs

Students Graduate from ALC's PluggedIn Program 

(May 2014 Channel 29 News Reports.) 

The PluggedIn program is offered through Charlottesville's Adult Learning Center. It gives adults the chance at a college education and gives them valuable workplace skills. The program began in January thanks to a state grant read more

PluggInVA Gets Students Ready for Work (March 2014 story in the Daily Progress.)

A career-readiness program with roots in Southwest Virginia is now connecting Charlottesville-area students to better opportunities. . . .
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