Research Report Volume II: Detailed Methods and Findings
Study to Assess Funding, Accountability, and One-Stop Delivery Systems in Adult Education
Nancy M. Pindus, Laudan Y. Aron, Jake Cowan, Harry P. Hatry, Shinta Herwantoro Hernandez, Mary K. Winkler, Robin Koralek, John Trutko, Burt S. Barnow
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The Workforce Investment Act (WIA) of 1998 (P.L. 105-220) recognized the relationship between adult education and workforce development and the need for accountability in all literacy, training, and employment programs. Enacted as Title II of WIA, the Adult Education and Family Literacy Act (AEFLA) required substantial changes in the operations of state and local adult education programs, including allocation of funds, accountability and performance measurement, and the relationship between adult education and one-stop delivery systems. This report synthesizes information from a survey of all state directors of adult education and site visits to nine local programs in five states. Findings relate primarily to the first 18 months of AEFLA implementation.
Research Areas Education Workforce
Tags Workforce development
Policy Centers Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center