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Adult Education Students
Secondary School-aged Adult Education Student
For secondary-school aged persons, adult education programs are one alternative way to earn a high school diploma. This alternative is available to persons under 17 who have withdrawn from school.
For state subsidy purposes, school-aged adult ed students are counted as .1 of a student for each semester-long course taken. For example, a student taking 3 semester-long courses would be counted as .3 of a student for subsidy purposes. The school unit where the student resides receives the subsidy.
Adult-aged Adult Education Student
Since education is a lifelong process, it is the policy of the Department of Education to encourage the growth of educational opportunities for all adults.
Contact Adult and Community Education for more information.
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