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Student & Community Participation in the Planning Process

I suggest using Survey Monkey or similar to make surveys for the community and students. Send them out via Social Media. I suggest doing outreach to community organizations and have them do pencil & paper or online surveys to find out what they need in terms of Adult Ed and to invite them to the planning table. I am concerned that many folks don't know about or understand the RC system and how it works. You might... more »

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Website issue - the word "feedback"

I love that you can submit ideas here... but I think most people will miss this feature and/or misunderstand it. When I saw "feedback," I thought feedback about the site itself. But instead it's this great way to submit ideas. How about a bigger button in a different spot - not way over on the left hand side sort of "outside the margin" of the website info. And call it "submit your own ideas" - something real clear... more »

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Best Practices, Toolkit, Lessons Learned

Resources for students with learning differences

Althought adult education programs have many students who have learning differences (both diagnosed or often not) we have not had the resources, expertise, professional development, infrastructure to assess, accomodate, provide resources with special needs. Although the Community Colleges have departments they often are under-resourced and don't always connect with "adult ed" students.

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