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2017 Mississippi Adult Education Conference
Tuesday, July 18-20, 2017
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Office of Adult Education 

The Adult Education Programs administered by the Community College Board are designed to offer opportunities that will enhance the skills and abilities of individuals preparing for the workforce or preparing for additional educational opportunities. To be competitive in today's work environment, it is essential that individuals prepare themselves in the areas of math, reading, writing, communication, teamwork and computer skills. The Adult Education programs will provide the needed assistance in developing these skills and abilities for individuals to move effectively into diverse work settings. If we can be of further assistance, please call our office at 601-432-6518.

Pictured from left to right:
 
Sandy Crist
Director of AE/HSE
Email: scrist@mccb.edu
Megan Akins
Administrative Secretary
Email: makins@mccb.edu
Dr. Rachel De Vaughan
Program Specialist for Adult Education
Email: rdevaughan@mccb.edu
 
 

AE/HSE Phone: 601-432-6518     Fax: 601-432-6890


Adult Education

The Community College Board is responsible for administering Mississippi's Adult Education Program. This program is designed to enable adults to acquire the basic education skills necessary for functional literacy; provide adults with sufficient education to enable them to benefit from job training and retaining programs and to retraining productive employment so that they might more fully enjoy the benefits and responsibilities of citizenship; and enable adults who desire to continue their education to at least the level of completion of secondary school.
 

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Mississippi Association of Adult and Community Education (MAACE)
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“The Mississippi Association of Adult and Community Education works to stimulate local, state, and regional efforts and encourage mutual cooperation and support for Adult and Community Education statewide. Through the Adult Education summer conference, funded by the State Board for Community and Junior Colleges, MAACE assists in providing staff development training for the professionals and a forum for Adult/Community educators to discuss techniques, methods, materials, programs, problems, and challenges which contribute to fostering the educational processes beyond traditional education programs.”
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