University of the State of New York

Child Safety: a Healthy Start (2001)

The goal of this guide is to provide adult students with information about child rearing and prevention techniques to keep their children safe. It outlines preventive safety measures for home, car, day care, school, and bikes. It also discusses keeping children well through proper nutrition and vaccinations, and how to perform first aid if someone should become injured.

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2001-01-01

Career Development and Occupational Studies (2001)

A Supplement to the Adult Education Resource Guide and Learning Standards

This article suggests that learning standards are key to raising outcomes in education, and are vital in helping to prepare adult learners -- whether displaced workers, individuals in need of their high school equivalency, or non-English speaking immigrants -- for today's world of work.

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2001-01-01

Education for Homeless Adults: Strategies for Implementation (1987)

Volume III - Family Literacy and More Lessons

This is a multi-volume resource addressing the specific needs and challenges of providing education to homeless people. The guides feature recruitment and retention tips, resources, family literacy approaches, and over 70 sample lessons with corresponding handouts, making it useful to educators of other disadvantaged populations as well. Available in NALD Full Text.

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2000-06-29

Education for Homeless Adults: Strategies for Implementation (1987)

Volume II - Resources and Additional Lessons

This is a multi-volume resource addressing the specific needs and challenges of providing education to homeless people. The guides feature recruitment and retention tips, resources, family literacy approaches, and over 70 sample lessons with corresponding handouts, making it useful to educators of other disadvantaged populations as well. Available in NALD Full Text.

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2000-06-29

Education for Homeless Adults: Strategies for Implementation (1995)

This is a multi-volume resource addressing the specific needs and challenges of providing education to homeless people. The guides feature recruitment and retention tips, resources, family literacy approaches, and over 70 sample lessons with corresponding handouts, making it useful to educators of other disadvantaged populations as well.

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2000-06-29

From Incarceration to Productive Lifestyle (1995)

Making the Transition: An Instructional Guide for Incarcerated Youth Education

Making the Transition: An Instructional Guide for Incarcerated Youth Education provides information about incarcerated youth, the transition program in New York State, legal rights, inmate needs, and program staff needs. A series of sample lessons, many of which have been provided by corrections educators, is also included within the instructional guide.

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1995-01-01
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