Adult Education

For more than 50 years, KET has worked to make education equitable and accessible for all. A leader in adult education programming and products, we continue to offer innovative curriculum methods for learners.

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Adult Education News

Hard skills preferred. Soft skills REQUIRED.

March 15, 2023 - Self-awareness, empathy, creativity, integrity, professionalism and dependability are a few very important skills workers need to be successful. Adult education programs often assist learners build these much-needed skills. To support adult education goals for soft skills, KET produced an online version of Workplace Essential Skills which includes a Soft Skills course. A free trial subscription is available.

The importance of recognizing Career and Technical Education Month

February 1, 2023 - Gone are the days when it wasn’t cool to consider community college programs or technical school! For many years, messaging to high school students and families said going to a four year college was the best option. Because fewer students were attracted to community college and technical programs, many industries now face a shortage of workers. It takes a team to make a difference in easing the labor shortage and it can start simply by sharing the positive messages about career and technical education.

Fall back? Go forward fast? How about both?

November 3, 2022 - In many states the hands on our clocks will replay an hour of time on November 6. Daylight Savings Time ends, and Standard Time begins. There will still be 24 hours each day. Use the enclosed image in your recruitment efforts if your program uses KET’s FastForward online course. FastForward is proven to help learners successfully prepare for the GED exam. 

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