Whether you would like to learn more about Arts & Crafts, Fitness, Computer Skills, Automechanics – and much, much more – we have it! Saddleback College, in partnership with College and Career Advantage (CCA), provides adult programs and opportunities which serve the career training needs of students in the regional adult community, and that help meet the employment needs of local businesses.
An agreement may be worked out amongst the student, employer, and the continuing education program provider. Good adult education programmes should focus on teaching students important, valuable skills. From Dewey’s educational philosophy came the emphasis on experience, activity, and problem-solving that helped to reshape our thinking about education and schooling.
When a society urge a need or a goal it becomes an educational objective and the school accepted that demand and they attempt to attain that goal by putting it into school objectives. The latent function of the behavior is the effect or result that is not apparent to the members of the society who engage in it. So a latent function of education is the Hidden Curriculum.
Early in 2014, Dr. Estella Castillo-Garrison, Dean of Saddleback’s Division of Community Education , Emeritus Institute, and K-12 Partnerships represented the College in the newly formed South Orange County Regional Consortium charged with re-envisioning Adult Education.
The North Dakota Department of Public Instruction receives federal funds under the Workforce Innovation & Opportunities Act (WIOA) Title II and state funds (NDCC 15.1-26) to support the operations and free programs of fifteen (15) Adult Learning Centers located throughout North Dakota.