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*** Please note: This article from our May 2015 Student eNewsletter is part of our archives. Please visit the WorkReadyU site for the latest information.
Do you have an adult friend or family member who needs basic education skills to take the next step toward a better education … a new career … or a better career? Tell them about Adult Education and Literacy (AEL).
Adult Education and Literacy offers free classes that will help them improve their math, English, and reading and writing skills. They also can learn skills to succeed in the workforce, earn a high school equivalency (GED) or enter college for academics or career training.
All at no cost.
Each college of DCCCD is holding registration sessions in May and June for AEL. Find out when and where the next registration session will be held.
How do you sign up?
By contacting an AEL coordinator today!
Adult Education and Literacy is funded by the Texas Workforce Commission. AEL's purpose is to help adults gain basic skills they need in the workforce. DCCCD is part of a seven-member group that helps train adults. That group includes Workforce Solutions of Greater Dallas, the Dallas Public Library, Region X Education Service Center, Wilkinson Group, Irving ISD and Richardson ISD.