California Adult Schools serve more than 1.2 million students annually in reading and math skills, job training, high school diplomas, General Education Development (GED), English as a second language (ESL), U.S. citizenship, parenting, and classes for older and/or disabled adults. The resources on this page are updated frequently to serve the needs of education reporters and journalists.
What a reporter might want to know about California Adult Schools
Read about the history of adult education in the state of California
View a list of core California Adult Schools programs
Basic questions about California Adult Schools
GUIDELINES FOR REPORTING ON CALIFORNIA ADULT SCHOOLS
The California State Consortium for Adult Education (CSCAE) assists members of the media who report on adult education issues and California Adult School programs. View guidelines and contacts.
CONTACTS IN ADULT EDUCATION
A group of dedicated administrators and practitioners run California Adult School programs across the state
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CALIFORNIA ADULT SCHOOLS IN THE NEWS
- “Students rally to support Adult Education” from the LA Times
- Adult Education Matters blog
- California Report Radio Report on ESL Classes in California
Learn more about some of our most successful programs.