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Research on Professional Development and Teacher Change: Implications for Adult Basic Education

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2007
In this resource, an emphasis on standards-based teaching and learning is examined as well as key factors that influence how teachers change through professional development. 
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Local Program Administrators
Professional Developers
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Teachers
Instructors
Curriculum Developers

What Is Evidence-Based Reading Instruction and How Do You Know It When You See It?

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2012
This policy brief, What is Evidence-Based Reading Instruction and How Do You Know It When You See It?, defines and describes evidence-based reading instruction, demonstrates what evidence-based...
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Better Together: Realigning Pre-College Skills Development Programs to Achieve Greater Academic Success for Adult Learners

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2008
This report examines three partnerships between adult education programs and developmental education in community colleges and provides recommendations to help adult learners develop skills to be...
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Policymakers
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Beyond Basic Skills: State Strategies to Connect Low-Skilled Students

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2011
This report provides a background on the growing basic skills crisis in the U.S. and emphasizes the importance of postsecondary education success and completion in getting a good job and advancing in...
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Breaking Through: Contextualization Toolkit

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2010
This toolkit, a companion piece to the Breaking Through Practice Guide, provides educators with resources and strategies to help low-skilled adults through the use of contextualized learning. 
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How Non-Academic Supports Work: Four Mechanisms for Improving Student Outcomes

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2011
This research brief provides a review of literature and research focused on non-academic supports and success factors for postsecondary students. 
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Teachers
Counselors
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Integrating Curriculum: Lessons for Adult Education from Career and Technical Education

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2010
This report describes and examines the integrated curriculum as a strategy that has been implemented in career and technical education (CTE) programs in high schools that holds promise for preparing...
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Teachers
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Promising Practices for Transitioning Students from Adult Education to Postsecondary Education

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2009
This report is a follow-up to California’s Basic Skills as a Foundation for Student Success initiative and provides an overview of practices and strategies for transitioning adult education students...
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Professional Developers
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Teachers
Community College Faculty And Administrators
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Transitioning Adults to College: Adult Basic Education Program Models

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2006
This paper is based on a review of 25 college transition programs and more than 40 postsecondary institutions studied by the New England Literacy Resource Center.
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Teachers
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How the I-BEST Works: Findings from a Field Study of Washington State’s Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training Program

2010
This report summarizes the findings from a field study that was conducted to examine how the Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training (I-BEST) model operates in 34 community and technical...
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