Minnesota Literacy Council
Adult Basic Education
Open Door Learning Center - Northeast
1509 27th Ave NE, Minneapolis, MN, 55418-3034
Distance: 895 Miles
Adult Basic Education (ABE) provides literacy programs that offer basic learning or educational skills classes for adults.
Classes can include:
* English as a Second Language (ESL) / English Language Learning (ELL)
* GED classes to earn a high school diploma
Open Door Learning Center offers morning, afternoon and evening basic literacy classes at six locations in St. Paul and Minneapolis.
* English as a Second Language (ESL)
* General Educational Development (GED)
* Career Training
Call (800) 222-1990 or visit website to find classes: http://www.mnliteracy.org/hotline
|Toll Free||(800) 222-1990|
- Open Door Learning Center - Arlington Hills 1115 Greenbrier St, St. Paul, MN, 55106-2540
- Open Door Learning Center - Lake Street 2700 E Lake St, Ste 2500, Minneapolis, MN, 55406-2690
- Open Door Learning Center - Midway 540 Fairview Ave N, St. Paul, MN, 55104-1753
- Open Door Learning Center - Northside 611 Van White Memorial Blvd, Minneapolis, MN, 55411-4120
- Open Door Learning Center - Rondo Library 461 Dale St N, St. Paul, MN, 55103-2244
Other Services or resources
This provider does not offer other services or resources at this location.
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HH-0500.0500Adult Basic Education Definition
Programs, usually offered by community adult schools or as evening classes at local high schools, that provide instruction in fundamental learning skills for adults who have never attended school or have interrupted formal schooling and need to raise their level of education to increase their self-confidence and/or prepare for an occupation. Emphasis is placed on basic reading, language and mathematics to strengthen functional skills in communication, computation and personal-social interaction.
HH-0500.1500Citizenship Education Definition
Programs that prepare individuals to take the oath of U.S. citizenship and to exercise the attendant rights and responsibilities of citizenship. Citizenship courses help immigrants develop an understanding of and appreciation for American culture, institutions and ideals; and focus on important events in U.S. history, the Constitution and its historic background, and the organization, powers and duties of federal, state and local governments.
HH-0500.2500-250GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction Definition
Programs that provide instruction for adults and eligible minors who have elected to take a series of tests which measure the extent to which they have gained the knowledge, skills and understanding ordinarily acquired through a high school education. Instruction and testing focus on writing, social studies, science, reading and mathematics. Individuals who pass the tests receive a high school equivalency certificate.
HH-0500.8000-150English as a Second Language Definition
Programs that offer opportunities for non-English-speaking and limited-English-speaking adults to learn listening, speaking, reading and writing skills with an emphasis on developing the level of communication competence that is essential for adults who are living in a setting in which English is the primary language. Also included are programs that provide English language instruction for younger people.
HH-4500Literacy Programs Definition
Programs that provide reading and writing instruction for individuals of all ages who are unable to read or write at a functional level. Some programs interpret literacy more broadly and also help people develop speaking, computation and problem solving skills with the objective of ensuring that they develop levels of proficiency they will need to become self sufficient and function well in society.
YB-9000Young Adults Definition
Individuals who are generally between the ages of 18 and 25 depending on the ages that specific programs use for qualification.
YG-4500Limited English Proficiency Definition
Individuals whose first language is other than English and who may need to learn or perfect English language skills to successfully compete in the job market and participate fully in other aspects of community life.