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Adult Education, Michigan Office of
Programs and Services: Professional Development, Funding Sources, Office Contact Information, DLEG Adult Education Guidebook, Programs/Enrollment contacts, Resources for People with Learning Disabilities, MAERS Adult Education Reporting System, Adult Learning Plan, GED, Michigan Electronic Grants System. More than 80,000 students are enrolled in Michigan adult education programs each year. While adult students average 30 years of age, a student must be older than 16 years of age with education competencies below the level of high school graduates.
More than 250 adult education programs are located throughout Michigan. A network of local literacy councils train volunteers to mentor adults who need help with basic literacy skills. Approximately 50% of Michigan’s local public school systems operate an Adult Education program. Additionally, some intermediate school districts, community colleges, and nonprofit organizations offer adult education services.
For information about local adult education programs, contact your local Michigan Works! Service Center
Call the DLEG Adult Education Unit at (517) 373-8800
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