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ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAM FACT SHEET FEDERAL FUNDS PER ADULT LEARNER REPORTING PERIOD: JULY 1, 2018 - JUNE 30, 2019 MONTANA MT Purpose: Adult education programs in Montana assist in building skills and earning credentials that lead to postsecondary education, sustainable employment, and economic self-sufficiency. Employer Skill Needs: In 2020, 65% of all jobs in the United States will require some level of postsecondary education. It is projected that, in 2020, the United States will be short an estimated 7.5 million private sector workers across all skill levels. 3,878 Working-Age Adults (18-64) Without High School Diploma and Unemployed Adult student populations, as defined by the National Reporting System (NRS): Adult Basic Education (ABE): Grade Levels 0-8.9 Adult Secondary Education (ASE): Grade Levels 9-12 English Language Aquisition (ELA): ELA Students are those for whom English is not their native language Our learners have the most barriers to employment and literacy, yet we receive limited funding compared to the $10,000 per pupil received by elementary education. Published for Educate and Elevate, a joint initiative of COABE Sources: American Community Survey, 2013-17, 5-year estimate; National Reporting System; Recovery by Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce; Annie E. Casey Foundation Kids Count Data Center 312 Number of enrolled students served in correctional educational programs: educate & A D U LT E D U C AT I O N An Investment in America’s Future 197 ELA 174 Adult Secondary Education 45,463 INDIVIDUALS IN NEED OF ADULT EDUCATION SERVICES Number of working-age adults (18-64) in the state without a high school credential 2,508 Number of adults in the state who do not speak English well or at all OUR PERFORMANCE 399 439 High School Credentials awarded to those enrolled in our program Individuals improving one or more skill levels FEDERAL 1,260,247 OUR FUNDING $762 Federal funds per adult learner OUR ENROLLMENT 1,653 1,282 Adult Basic Education
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ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAM FACT SHEET

FEDERAL FUNDS PERADULT LEARNER

REPORTING PERIOD: JULY 1, 2018 - JUNE 30, 2019

MONTANA

MTPurpose: Adult education programs in Montana assist in building skills and earning credentials that lead to postsecondary education, sustainable employment, and economic self-su�ciency.

Employer Skill Needs: In 2020, 65% of all jobs in the United States will require some level of postsecondary education. It is projected that, in 2020, the United States will be short an estimated 7.5 million private sector workers across all skill levels.

3,878Working-Age Adults (18-64) Without High School Diploma and Unemployed

Adult student populations, as defined by the National Reporting System (NRS):

Adult Basic Education (ABE):Grade Levels 0-8.9

Adult Secondary Education (ASE):Grade Levels 9-12

English Language Aquisition (ELA):ELA Students are those for whom English is not their native language

Our learners have the most barriers to employment and literacy, yet we receive limited funding compared to the $10,000

per pupil received by elementary education.

Published for Educate and Elevate, a joint initiative of COABE

Sources: American Community Survey, 2013-17, 5-year estimate; National Reporting System; Recovery by Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce; Annie E. Casey Foundation Kids Count Data Center

312Number of enrolled students served in correctional educational programs:

educate&

A D U L T E D U C A T I O NAn Investment in America’s Future

197ELA

174AdultSecondaryEducation

45,463INDIVIDUALS IN NEED OFADULT EDUCATION SERVICES

Number of working-age adults (18-64) in the state without a high school credential

2,508Number of adults in the state who do not speak English well or at all

OUR PERFORMANCE

399439

High School Credentials awarded to those enrolled in our program

Individuals improving one or more skill levels

FEDERAL1,260,247OUR FUNDING

$762 Federal funds

per adult learner

OUR ENROLLMENT

1,653

1,282Adult BasicEducation

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