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Incorrect - This is a Myth

It is a myth that Adult education students don’t remain in the program long enough to learn.

During program year 2011-12, about 44% of adult learners advanced at least one level. About 24% did not advance during the year but stuck with the program. Only about 32% separated without completing a level. On average, students spent 124 hours in-class -- not including study-time at home. These statistics suggest that adult education students are a dedicated bunch.

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