The seven descriptive position papers were prepared after selection for the Multi-National Workshop on Basic and Functional Education for Adults. Those selected are significant innovative programs of adult education in the U. S. which may have direct applicability to improving program practices in various parts of the world. The programs described are: the Appalachian Adult Education Center (Morehead State University, Kentucky); The Georgia Expanded Food and Nutrition Project (Georgia Cooperative Extension Service, Athens); The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Adult Education Center (Kankakee, Illinois); Top of Alabama Regional Adult Secondary Education Project (Huntsville, Alabama); Regional Occupation Centers and Programs (Los Angeles Unified School District); Minnesota Literacy Council, Inc. (St. Paul, Minnesota); and Parents and the Developing Child (Utah State Board of Education). Information such as the program's setting, organization and administration, program description, educational strategy and activities, and future activities and projections is discussed in detail for each program. (BP)
Papers presented at the Multi-National Workshop on Basic and Functional Education for Adults (Washington, D. C., January 5-10, 1975)
1 - Available on microfiche
World Education, Inc., New York, NY.; Adult Education Association of U.S.A., Washington, DC.