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The new NRSWeb site is the result of your feedback. We have made it more user friendly and easier to navigate. Important links, such as the online training courses on data quality and data use, can be found quickly. There are new resources to help you stay informed about NRS policies and implementation procedures. These can be found at NRS Tips and NRS Webinars. Popular areas of the website, such as the Q & A section, the searchable NRS Implementation Guidelines, and fully downloadable training materials are still available.

What does the new NRSWeb site have to offer?

  • Multiple entry points to access online training courses
  • Easily find a publication via the Publications, Making NRS Work, and What's New pages
  • Site map, calendar, and search function navigation tools help you find exactly what you are looking for
  • Enhanced menu bar organizes content by topical area and makes navigating the site easier
  • What's New page features the latest happenings, new publications, and upcoming NRS-related events
  • In Focus section spotlights a particular publication, event, frequently asked question, or other topic of interest to the adult education field related to NRS

Two new features you can look forward to:

  • State Insights will present pertinent information about how NRS is implemented in states and local programs.
  • NRS FastFacts will present adult education statistics and analysis at the national level with state highlights, such as attendance rates and age groups.
The National Reporting System for Adult Education (NRS) is administered by the Division of Adult Education and Literacy in the Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education at the U.S. Department of Education.