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adult education in Education topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishadult educationˌadult eduˈcation noun [uncountable]  SEeducation provided for adults outside schools and universities, usually by means of classes that are held in the evening
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adult educationThe claim of universality of his theory is speculation by others. and adult education.Wilson is proposing that $ 95 million be spent on a variety of job training and adult education programs.After short training courses, they continued literacy work and adult education, mostly in the communities where they lived.In many areas, it is possible to enrol for adult education classes in archaeology.Some older people want classes specially for their own age group; others want simply to participate in adult education generally.Update and refine your skills, preferably in adult education programs at a local college.Holy Trinity also sponsors ambitious programs in adult education, Jesuit spirituality and social outreach.Some of the schools will be converted to new uses: adult education centres, for example.