Report: Adult ESL programs need improvement

07/13/2013 | Education Week

Federal and state-supported programs for adults learning English as a second language are falling short, according to a recent report, which found that only about 40% of adults in such programs demonstrate proficiency. The authors of the report suggest the structure of ESL programs for adult learners is a key barrier, and recommend a second look at offering flexible scheduling in these programs.

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