The New Hampshire Bureau of Adult Education supports educational services to adults who have not received a high school credential; who do not have the academic skills equivalent to a high school diploma or who do not read, write or speak English. Find out about education services in Hampshire, early education, school holiday dates, applying for a school place, school transport, free school meals and emergency closures. Adult and community learning. Early years education and childcare. College open days. Outdoor education, PE and DofE service. The Duke of Edinburgh's Award.
The Bureau of Adult Education provides grants to school districts and private not-for-profit organizations for the purposes of offering educational services to adults who have not received a high school diploma or GED certificate, or do not read, write or speak English. Continuing Education at the University of New Hampshire is offered by numerous colleges, departments and units. Programs and courses draw on applied knowledge from different disciplines and occupations to facilitate career advancement, degree completion, retraining, licensure renewal, certification, and professional development.
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Free classes to improve basic skills in reading, math, and writing. The Adult High School Diploma Program offers an alternative path for adults, out-of-school youth, and in-school youth to earn a high school diploma from the Nashua School District. The Nashua Adult and Community School is a fully accredited program and offers high school credit courses leading toward the completion of a high school diploma.
Exeter Adult Education Exeter New Hampshire SAU 16. Classes are all offered at Tuck Learning Campus, 30 Linden Street, Entrance D, Exeter NH.. Courses are open to both resident and non-resident adults 18 years or older. Dover Adult Learning Center of Strafford County helps adults in the Strafford County area enhance their life skills and improve their lives through basic education, job training, high school completion, and enrichment classes. We help our students become more effective lifelong learners, family members, workers, and citizens.