Certifying Adult Education Staff and Faculty
The Council for Advancement of Adult Literacy (CAAL) commissioned this paper to help inform a CAAL Roundtable in New York City in June 2010. It examines three broad questions: (1) What adult education “certification and credentialing” systems for teachers and staff are currently in use in the U.S. (in terms of standards, requirements, and mechanisms)? (2) What benefits could a comprehensive adult education certification system have—for learners, teachers, and institutions? And (3), based on current practice and understanding, what steps might be taken to further examine difficult issues and develop a comprehensive certification system if one is desired?
Cristine A. Smith-Crispin and R. Gomez. "Certifying Adult Education Staff and Faculty" Council for Advancement of Adult Literacy.. Jan. 2011.
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