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Illustration of a calculator.The NRS FastFacts present different statistics about adult education at the national level with state highlights, such as attendance rates, and age groups.

 

Characteristics of the Least-Literate Participants in Adult Basic Education Beginning Literacy Programs: 2004-2009

This NRS FastFacts presents the national picture and state highlights of the changing demographics of the least-literate participants in beginning literacy programs from program year 2004-05 through 2008-09. These participants have the lowest level of literacy skills, and therefore, often have the most difficulty meeting goals, such as finding and retaining employment or acquiring a diploma or GED.

 

Adult Education Personnel and Volunteers

This NRS FastFacts presents the national picture and trends in data for adult education personnel and staff for 2004-2009.

 

Characteristics of English Literacy Participants in Adult Education: 2004-2009 (archived)

This NRS FastFacts presents an updated national picture of NRS data and state highlights of the changing demographics of English literacy (EL) participants from program year 2004-05 through 2008-09.

Characteristics of English Literacy Participants in Adult Education: 2000-2005 (archived)
This NRS FastFacts presents the national picture of NRS data and state highlights of the changing demographics of English literacy (EL) participants from program year 2000-01 through 2004-05.

Ages of Adult Education Participants (archived)
This NRS FastFacts presents the national picture and state highlights of participation rates by age in federally-funded adult education. The age groups as defined in the National Reporting System (NRS) are 16 18, 19-24, 25-44, 45-59, and 60 and older.

Characteristics of the Least-Literate Participants in Adult Basic Education Beginning Literacy Programs: 2001-2005 (archived)
This NRS FastFacts presents the national picture and state highlights of the changing demographics of the least-literate participants in beginning literacy programs from program year 2000-01 through 2004-05. These participants have the lowest level of literacy skills, and therefore, often have the most difficulty meeting goals, such as finding and retaining employment or acquiring a diploma or GED.

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Archive

Archived documents are available upon request by sending an email to nrs@air.org with the name or description of the document.

The National Reporting System for Adult Education (NRS) is administered by the Division of Adult Education and Literacy in the Office of Vocational and Adult Education at the U.S. Department of Education.