[Numeracy 212] Guest discussion on GAIN test

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Denney, Brooke denneyb at cowley.edu
Tue Feb 23 18:20:51 EST 2010

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Dear Colleagues,

I'm pleased to announce the following Guest Q&A, which will be held
Tuesday, February 23 and Wednesday, February 24.


General Assessment of Instructional Needs (GAIN)

The General Assessment of Instructional Needs (GAIN) is a new assessment
approved by the NRS <http://www.nrsweb.org/> for measuring educational
gain in Adult Education and Workforce Programs. Our guest will join us
to answer your questions and provide further information on this new

Guest Participant:

Bradley Olufs, Director

Adult Basic Education & Workforce

Guest Bio:

Ms. Bradley Olufs joined Wonderlic, Inc
<http://www.wonderlic.com/index.aspx> . in 2004 to identify solutions
for student admissions and retention, and job placement challenges.
Bradley currently works with Adult Basic Education and Workforce
Programs to efficiently identify, place, manage and retain potential
students who can benefit from education and training programs. Bradley
holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Orthoptics from Colby Sawyer
College in New London, New Hampshire.

Recommended preparations for this Q&A:

Please visit the GAIN website at: www.everythingtogain.com

I look forward to 'seeing' you there!

Marie Cora

Assessment Discussion List Moderator

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