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As you address how can federal, state, and local policymakers work together to meet adult education and training demands, I strongly think that policy changes are an important step to unifying and supporting adult education and training. You might also note that since research shows how "adult basic education (ABE) has long been viewed by many educators and policymakers as a tool for addressing social and economic problems" (http://www.ncsall.net/index.php?id=656), it is very important for the levels of government to acknowledge and support it in this context, don't you agree?
Especially since problems with the national (as well as global economy) cause more adults to think about returning to school, these ...
Facets of adult education are intertwined. Internet articles are briefly listed to validate.