Cowley College on hand for governor’s ‘Adult Education Day’ proclamation

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From L-R: Cowley College Director of Adult Education Programs Kami Moore, Yamir Lozada (WSU Tech), Leslie Dykstra (JCCC), Hector Martinez (KBOR), Eric Tincher (KBOR), Mary Johanning (Highland), and Cowley College GED Instructor LaVaughan Scheurich (Photo courtesy Cowley College)

Cowley College was present at the statehouse in Topeka recently as part of the governor’s presentation proclaiming Feb. 28 as “Adult Education Day” in the state of Kansas.

According to a news release from Cowley College, an estimated 58% of Kansas adults experience literacy or numeracy issues—such as needing English language acquisition, GED preparation, and career and technical education.

According to Kami Moore, director of Adult Education Programs at Cowley College, the next GED session will start on March 25. Enrollment is currently open and will end on March 12.

Cowley has a Winfield location for classes as well as Ark City, the college said. Class times are offered in the morning, afternoon, early evening, and late evening, and they can accommodate any schedule. Online offerings are also available.

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The next ESL session will start on March 25. Enrollment is currently open and will end on March 12. These classes are located in Ark City.

Those needing a career change can earn a high school diploma and a college certificate at the same time. Visit www.cowley.edu/abe to learn more about the AOK programs. For questions, please call 620-441-5335 or 620-441-5258.

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