ABE Student Eligibility
Adult Basic Education means services or instruction below the postsecondary level for inpiduals:
Students are not eligible for ABE services if they are enrolled in a public or private K-12 program – this includes public or private regular high schools, charter schools, ALCs and other alternative high school programs.
*Independent Study for Diploma students are the only exception to this. These students must be referred to the program by their high school and must be attending high school full time to be dual enrolled.
Students who are enrolled in post-secondary institutions are eligible for ABE services if they meet two conditions:
ABE Eligible Literacy Skills/Content Areas:
All students in state and federally funded ABE programs must be receiving instruction in at least one of the core content areas. Conditional content is supplemental to core content instruction. For example, students may receive instruction regarding computer skills if they are using the computer or software applications to assist them in learning the core content of writing.