Windham Raymond Adult Education provides affordable, high quality adult learning opportunities that meet the academic, career, and personal pursuits of our diverse adult population — families, workers, citizens, and the business community.
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A recent segment on ABC’s What Would You Do? highlighted the stigma faced by adults with unmet literacy needs. Watch this video to see what everyday life is like for the 36 million low-literate adults in the U.S.
“‘What Would You Do?’: Illiterate Man is harassed by cafe cashier”
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Learn how to get started learning about and recording your family tree. We will begin with the very basics and move forward. How fast we progress and how far we get depends on class experience and desire. Instructor: Jamie HydeMondays, 1/18 – 2/22, 6:00 – 8:00 PMLocation: OnlineFee: $64
Would you like to improve your skills in the 3 R’s? The coursework focuses on Reading (alphabetics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension), Writing (sentence, paragraph and short essays or stories) and Arithmetic (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, decimals, fractions, and percentages). Classes are offered in a small group setting and will proceed at an individualized pace. Students […]
Students will practice reading everyday English used in the community, such as newspapers, doctor’s instructions and mail. The class will also give students practice writing basic English sentences and paragraphs through letter writing, short stories and more. This course is for ESOL students who tested as high beginner to high intermediate on the CASAS test (200–220). Rolling […]
Students will practice reading English used in life, work, school, and entertainment. This class will also give students practice writing English paragraphs and essays for formal correspondence and academic writing. This course is for ESOL students who tested as high advanced on the CASAS test (221 or higher). Both Reading and Writing Essentials and Reading […]
This class is for ESOL students with little to no English language skills in speaking, reading or writing. This class provides pre-literacy and beginner literacy skills to aid students’ growth in confidence with English language skills. No classes 2/16, 2/18, 4/20 and 4/22. Instructor: Carol Durkin Tues/Thurs, 1/19 – 5/27, 1:00 – 2:00 PM Location: WRAE Learning Center/Online Fee: Free