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What best practices recommendations may be made regarding implementation of a new and innovative adult education or training program?

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This solution discusses the best practices and recommendations regarding the implementation of a new and innovative adult education or training program.

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To best answer this, we must first look at the specific adult education or training programs that are needed in the educational system today. First, general education development is needed (also known as Adult Basic Education or ADE) to help student learn what they need to pass the GED so they can earn a high school-equivalent diploma; English as a second language (ESL OR ELL) classes for students who are not native English speakers so that they can increase their skills with the language and be proficient in speaking, writing, and understanding the language; developmental education for students (who have passed high school but are not ready to move onto college) is needed to sharpen their skills; and college-level courses and/or job training programs for ...

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