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An Instructor's Guide to Adult Ed Data

As an instructor, do you get frustrated when you feel a disconnect between your students’ performance and the data outcomes of your class? This session explores how Adult Education programs funded through Title II are measured at the local, state, and federal level. Emphasis will be placed on how your class attendance data and test scores translate into Measurable Skills Gains and program performance. Learn about some of the data terminology and discuss what strategies can improve your course outcomes.

Presented by: Doug Weimer from the Maryland Department of Labor

This presentation is a part of the first Maryland Adult Education Virtual Training Institute.


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