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1 FY ILLINOIS ADULT EDUCATION AND FAMILY LITERACY DATA AND CHARACTERISTICS East Capitol Avenue Springfield, Illinois - Voice -- TDD -- FAX -- GUY H. ALONGI Chair GEOFFREY S. OBRZUT President/CEO APRIL

2 ILLINOIS ADULT EDUCATION AND FAMILY LITERACY DATA AND CHARACTERISTICS APRIL TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Map... Introduction... iii iv Definitions... vi Service Provider by Area Planning Council and Region Selected Internet Links for Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy xii xvi Current Service Providers with Contact Information by Region xvii Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Summary of Adult Education and Family Literacy Enrollment by Type of for Fiscal Year Summary of Unduplicated Adult Education and Family Literacy Enrollment By Type of Instruction for Fiscal Year Summary of Duplicated Adult Education and Family Literacy Enrollment By Type of Instruction for Fiscal Year Summary of Adult Education and Family Literacy Educational Entry Functioning Level Enrollment in Adult Basic Education Instruction for Fiscal Year... Summary of Adult Education and Family Literacy Educational Entry Functioning Level Enrollment in Adult Secondary Education Instruction for Fiscal Year... Summary of Adult Education and Family Literacy Educational Entry Functioning Level Enrollment in English as a Second Language Instruction for Fiscal Year Summary of Adult Education and Family Literacy Enrollment by Gender for Fiscal Year... Summary of Adult Education and Family Literacy Enrollment by Age for Fiscal Year... i

3 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April TABLE OF CONTENTS (Continued) Page Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Summary of Adult Education and Family Literacy Enrollment by Ethnic Origin in Fiscal Year Summary of Adult Education and Family Literacy Employment Status at Entry in Fiscal Year Summary of Adult Education and Family Literacy Learners Receiving Public Assistance for Fiscal Year Summary of Adult Education and Family Literacy Enrollment by Type of Residency for Fiscal Year Summary of Adult Education and Family Literacy Enrollment by Disability Status for Fiscal Year Summary of Adult Education and Family Literacy Enrollment by Institutional for Fiscal Year Summary of Adult Education and Family Literacy Units of Instruction for Fiscal Year... Summary of Adult Education and Family Literacy Awards for Fiscal Year... SOURCE OF DATA: Student Administrative Information Reporting System (STAIRS) ii

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5 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April INTRODUCTION This is the fourth publication of a factbook on Adult Education and Family Literacy. This document contains data and characteristics about Adult Education and Family Literacy programs from fiscal year and is designed to serve as a reference document. The data source for the tables is the Student Administrative Information Reporting System (STAIRS), the approved data collection system for Adult Education and Family Literacy. The parameters for learners to be included in the factbook is a minimum of. hours of instruction which is the state reporting minimum attendance level. The federal reporting requirements reflect a different threshold of hours of instruction. This publication provides information about students and allocations. All data reflect fiscal year. Table, Table and Tables through are based on unduplicated class enrollment in STAIRS. Table is based on duplicated class enrollment in STAIRS meaning a learner can be counted more than once if enrolled in more than one type of instruction. Tables,, and are based on pre-test results in STAIRS. Table is based on units of instruction in each type of instructional category in STAIRS. Table is based on Adult Education and Family Literacy allocations. Adult Education is defined as instruction and support services below the postsecondary (college) level for individuals who have attained years of age; who are not enrolled or required to be enrolled in postsecondary school under state law; and who: lack sufficient mastery of basic educational skills to enable the individuals to function effectively in society; do not have a secondary school (high school) diploma or its recognized equivalent, and have not achieved an equivalent level of education; or are unable to speak, read, or write the English Language. In the s strategic plan, The Promise for Illinois directly addresses the need for Adult Education and Family Literacy in Pledge Three. Pledge Three states, Economic and demographic changes are dramatically increasing the need for adult education, literacy, and English-as-a-Second Language programs. Millions of Illinois residents lack the literacy skills that they need to obtain good jobs and to function well in an increasingly complex society. There is a strong correlation between higher literacy levels and higher income, numbers of weeks worked, children s success in school, and individual and family health. Large numbers of immigrants have come to this country seeking education, work, and a higher quality of life, yet many of these immigrants do not have the English literacy or other skills to enable them to meet social, educational, and work demands. To address the scope and diversity of need for adult education and literacy skills by both individuals and employers requires a strategy involving a variety of providers. Community colleges, public schools, community-based organizations, Regional Offices of Education and others each are uniquely suited to provide the education and services needed by various groups of adult learners. iv

6 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April In cooperation with public and private partners, the will develop strategies and obtain resources to support appropriate Adult Education and Family Literacy initiatives including the following. Maximize state and federal resources to assure there is adequate, stable, and flexible resources which promote program growth and innovation for all adult education students consistent with the Adult Education and Literacy Vision for. Build a strong system of diverse providers, business and agency partnerships, and state leadership that is responsive to the multiple learning needs of adults including English-as-a Second Language individuals. Develop programs that focus on learner outcomes and demonstrate the value of adult education in the development of a qualified workforce. Ensure a professionally competent and committed adult education staff through high quality staff development and by increasing access to programs and services through technology. Establish a structure for developing policies, procedures, and regulations that builds upon the advice and knowledge of adult educators and interested agencies and organizations. Comments and suggestions for enhancements to the information contained in the report are welcome. Contact Adult Education and Family Literacy at the Illinois Community College Board at () - with your suggestions. v

7 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April DEFINITIONS INSTRUCTION IN ADULT EDUCATION Adult Basic Education (ABE) curriculum consists of approved courses designed to bring a student from grade zero through the eighth-grade competency level, as determined by standardized testing. Beginning level courses cover grade zero through the third-grade competency level. Intermediate level courses include grade four through the eighth-grade competency level. Each level of courses covers each content area. The curriculum is designed to accommodate the concept of open-entry, openexit, individualized instruction and includes courses in general basic skills; reading, literacy, and communications skills; computational skills; workforce/employability skills; life skills and career exploration/awareness skills; workplace literacy; and family literacy/parenting. Adult Secondary Education (ASE) curriculum consists of approved courses designed to bring a student from grade nine through the twelfth-grade level competency level, as determined by standardized testing. The curriculum is designed to prepare a student to achieve a GED (General Education Development). The curriculum accommodates the concept of open-entry, open-exit, individualized instruction and includes courses in basic skills, general; academic and intellectual skills; reading, literacy and communications skills; computational skills; workforce/employability skills; life skills and career exploration/awareness skills; workplace literacy and family literacy/parenting; and foreign language GED (Spanish and French). English Literacy/English as a Second Language (ESL) curriculum consists of approved courses designed to include instruction in English for those whose native language is not English. Beginning, intermediate and advanced courses include a curriculum in listening, speaking, reading and writing using the English language. Other courses using the English language may include instruction in life skills, citizenship education, career exploration, employability skills, workplace literacy, family literacy, and EL/Civics. Student levels are based on proficiency as measured by ICCBapproved standardized tests. The curriculum is designed to accommodate the concept of open-entry, open-exit, individualized instruction. Vocational Skills Training curriculum consists of approved courses that include shortterm, secondary-level vocational specific training that provide entry-level workforce skills which may lead to employment. High School Credit curriculum consists of approved courses offered in collaboration with locally approved school districts. The student, upon satisfactory completion, must meet the requirements of the locally approved school district for graduation. vi

8 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April EDUCATIONAL FUNCTIONING LEVELS FOR ADULT BASIC EDUCATION (ABE), ADULT SECONDARY EDUCATION (ASE), AND ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL) Adult Basic Education Levels These categories are used to identify students enrolled primarily in basic education courses in the lower to middle functioning levels. These classifications only include students whose primary or native language is English. Beginning ABE Literacy = test levels to.. Beginning Basic Education = test levels. to.. Low Intermediate Basic Education = test levels. to.. High Intermediate Basic Education = test levels. to.. Adult Secondary Education Levels These categories are used to classify students enrolled primarily in courses designed for preparation for the General Educational Development Examination (GED) or in high school level courses (includes test levels. to.). These classifications only include those students whose primary or native language is English. Low Adult Secondary Education = test levels. to.. High Adult Secondary Education = test levels. to.. English as a Second Language These categories are only used for students whose primary or native language is not English or who come from an environment where a language other than English is spoken in the home and are experiencing sufficient difficulty speaking, reading, writing or understanding English that they require assistance to meet social, educational and work demands. Beginning ESL Literacy = test levels CELSA NA/BEST Literacy -/BEST Plus Below. Beginning ESL= test levels CELSA -/BEST Literacy -/BEST Plus -. Low Intermediate ESL = test levels CELSA -/ BEST Literacy -/BEST Plus -. High Intermediate ESL= test levels CELSA -/BEST Literacy -/BEST Plus -. Low Advanced ESL = test levels CELSA -/BEST Literacy +/BEST Plus -. High Advanced ESL = test levels CELSA +/BEST Literacy NA/BEST Plus +. vii

9 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April TYPES OF PROVIDERS Community Based Organizations (CBOs) providing services in Adult Education and Family Literacy in Illinois are nonprofit formal organizations within communities/ neighborhood settings delivering formal education and support services for adult learners, youth and/or families. Some CBOs are recognized for having a close relationship with a particular immigrant population and possess unique qualifications to meet the special needs of these individuals. These organizations provide skill building instructional and support services to help individuals acquire additional skills. In Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy, CBOs are primarily located in the Chicago area. Community Colleges (CCs) are public two year postsecondary institutions offering educational programs and services to all individuals with an ability to benefit from the instruction. Illinois has a comprehensive community college system offering instruction at all levels of adult education and literacy through college level education and training. The highest offerings are two year associate degrees in transfer and career/technical programs. In Illinois there are community colleges organized within districts. The City Colleges of Chicago and Illinois Eastern Community College are multi-college districts. (http://www.iccb.state.il.us/html/adulted/adulted.html) Correctional Institutions - The Department of Corrections School District provides educational and vocational instruction to inmates and youth confined to departmental facilities. In addition, School District contracts with colleges and universities for advanced instruction. The educational programs provided to the Juvenile Division cover both the elementary and secondary levels. Students who are eligible receive special education instruction and remedial services. The educational programs provided to adult inmates cover elementary, secondary, and advanced levels. The Mandatory Education Provision of mandates inmates performing below the sixthgrade level in math and reading skills must receive a minimum of ninety days of Adult Basic Education (ABE) instruction. Other In the databook tables, Southern Illinois University is the other type of provider. Public Schools provide educational services to students, have an assigned administrator, receive public funds as its primary support, and are operated by an education agency. Regional Offices of Education (ROEs) are administrative entities () which operate under the leadership of an elected regional superintendent of schools. Some regions are based on a single county while others encompass multiple county units. ROEs serve as an intermediate link for elementary and secondary education and partner in the delivery of Adult Education and Family Literacy in the state of Illinois. Regional superintendents serve as educational agents for the state within their respective geographic regions. Among other responsibilities, they are responsible for GED testing, certification renewals, legislation, grant management and educational programming for local K- school districts. viii

10 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April AREA PLANNING COUNCILS (s) Area Planning Councils (s) are legislatively authorized (Illinois School Code (/- ) to provide for the development and coordination of adult education programs in a specified region of the state. s were developed to promote integration of service delivery, avoid duplication of services, maximize available resources, and provide accessibility to those needing service. Generally, s coincide with the boundaries of community college districts. The State Plan for Adult Education requires all programs receiving Adult Education and Family Literacy funds to participate in their local. Recognizing that serving this population of adults often means serving their families, all providers of programs are encouraged to participate in their local. The Area Plan developed by an covers a multi year planning period. s are encouraged to include representation from other service providers (e.g., Illinois Department of Human Services, Local Workforce Investment Boards, Child Care Resource and Referral agencies, etc.), and area businesses and industry. s are required to meet at least twice during a fiscal year but most meet more often. The following entities are entitled to one representative on the : each school district within the boundaries maintaining either grades K- or -; each regional superintendent of schools, the majority of whose region is included within the boundaries; and the community college. OTHER DEFINITIONS GROUPED TOPICALLY STAIRS the Student Administrative Reporting System (STAIRS) is the approved data collection system for Adult Education and Family Literacy in Illinois. National Reporting System for Adult Education The National Reporting System (NRS) for Adult Education is an accountability initiative for federally funded adult education and family literacy programs. NRS consists of a series of measures to assess the impact of adult education instruction. NRS specifies data collection methodologies and includes reporting procedures and forms. Family Literacy an integrated, intensive service for at-risk families that must include, but is not limited to, the four components (adult education, parenting education, parent/child activities, and child education) of family literacy. Only three components (adult education, parenting education, and parent/child activities) can be funded by ICCB Adult Education and Family Literacy funds. The fourth component (child education) must be funded by an appropriate child education partner. ix

11 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April EL/Civics Instruction includes integrated English literacy and civics education to immigrants and other limited proficient populations which allows participants to effectively participate in the education, work and civic opportunities of the United States of America. EL/Civics is an educational program that emphasizes conceptualized instruction on the rights and responsibilities of citizenship, naturalization procedures, civic participation, and U.S. history and government to help students acquire the skills and knowledge to become active and informed parents, workers and community members. Workplace Literacy literacy services that are offered for the purpose of improving the productivity of the workforce through the improvement of literacy skills. Disabled - Learner has a record of, or is regarded as having, any type of physical or mental impairment or disability that substantially limits or restricts one or more major life activities including walking, seeing, hearing, speaking, learning, and working. (NRS) Full-time Employment - Learners who work. hours or more per week as a paid employee. (STAIRS) Part-time Employment - Learners who work less than. hours a week as a paid employee. (STAIRS) Unemployed - Learners who are not working, but are actively seeking employment. The individual has made specific efforts to find a job and is available for work. (NRS) Not in Labor Force - Learners who are not employed and are not actively seeking employment. (NRS) Public Assistance Recipient - Learner is receiving financial public assistance from Federal, State, or local government agencies, including Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), food stamps, refugee cash assistance, old-age assistance, general assistance, and aid to individuals who are designated as blind or individuals who are totally disabled. (NRS) Work-based Project Learner - Learner acquires the skills in a short-term learning course designed to teach specific work-based skills. A short-term course is typically an instructional program of at least hours but no more than hours duration. (NRS) Correctional Facility - Any prison, jail reformatory, work farm, detention center, or any other similar Federal, State, or local institution designed for the confinement and rehabilitation of criminal offenders. (NRS) Community Corrections - A community-based rehabilitation facility or halfway house. (NRS) Other Institutional Setting - Any other medical or special institution. (NRS) x

12 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April Rural - An area that has less than, inhabitants and is outside an urbanized area. (NRS) Urban - An urbanized area that has a population of, or more in a city and adjacent areas of high density. (NRS) xi

13 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April ADULT EDUCATION SERVICE PROVIDERS BY REGION AND AREA PLANNING COUNCIL Region I: /District Representatives Albany Park Community Center, Inc. Asian Human Services Blue Gargoyle Youth Services Center Centro Romero Chicago Commons Chinese Mutual Aid Association City Colleges of Chicago District De La Salle Institute - Tolton Center Erie Neighborhood House Greater West Town Project Howard Area Community Center Institituto del Progresso Latino Jewish Vocational Adult Education Jobs for Youth Chicago, Inc. Literacy Chicago Polish American Association Prologue, Inc. Pui Tak Safer Foundation/PACE Institute Spanish Coalition For Jobs, Inc. Sullivan House TIA/Chicago Connections Universidad Popular World Relief - Chicago YMCA of Metropolitan Center Region II: /District Representatives College of DuPage West Chicago Community High School District # World Relief - DuPage Triton College Sauk Valley Community College Elgin Community College Elgin School District U YWCA of Elgin South Suburban College xii

14 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April Region II: /District Representatives Continued Rock Valley College Rockford Ara Literacy Council Rockford Public Schools District # Arlington Heights Township High School District # Palatine Township High School District # William Rainey Harper College Prairie State College Aurora East District # Waubonsee Community College World Relief - Aurora Highland Community College Kishwaukee College Moraine Valley Community College Morton College Illinois Immigrant Council - Woodstock McHenry County College College of Lake County Highland Township High School District # Mundelein Consolidated High School # SER/Jobs for Progress, Inc Warren Township High School District # Evanston Township High School # Oakton Community College Region III: /District Representatives Black Hawk College Parkland College Urbana School District # Danville Area Community College Illinois Valley Community College xiii

15 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April Region III: /District Representatives Continued Illinois Central College Peoria County Regional Office of Education # Peoria Public School Districts # Carl Sandburg College Henderson/Mercer/Warren Regional Office of Education Kankakee Community College Kankakee School District # Joliet Junior College Lincoln Land Community College Springfield Public School District # Spoon River College Decatur School District # Macon-Piatt Regional Office of Education Richland Community College John Wood Community College Quincy Public Schools # DeWitt-Livingston-McLean Regional Office of Education Heartland Community College Lincoln Community High School District # Region IV: /District Representatives Illinois Department of Corrections Kaskaskia Community College Regional Office of Education # Lake Land College Mattoon Community Unit School District # Pana Community Unit School District. # Rend Lake College Collinsville Unit School District # Monroe/Randolph Regional Office of Education Southwestern Illinois College St. Clair County Regional Office of Education Venice Community Unit School District # xiv

16 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April Region IV: /District Representatives Continued Illinois Eastern Community College Carbondale Community High School District # Illinois Migrant Council Jackson John A. Logan College Murphysboro Unit District # Southern Illinois University Five Counties Regional Office of Education Shawnee Community College Southeastern Illinois College Edwardsville District # Lewis and Clark Community College Macoupin County Regional Office of Education # xv

17 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April SELECTED INTERNET LINKS FOR ILLINOIS ADULT EDUCATION AND FAMILY LITERACY Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Website Illinois Vision for Adult Education and Family Literacy Illinois State Plan for Adult Education and Family Literacy DHS/ICCB Interagency Agreement Adult Education and Family Literacy, Providers Handbook Illinois Community College System, Promise for Illinois Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Title II - Adult Education & Family Literacy State Public Act -, Adult Education & Family Literacy Illinois School Code ( ILCS /-.) &ChapAct=%nbsp%BILCS%nbsp%B%F&ChapterID=&ChapterName=SCHO OLS&SectionID=&SeqStart=&SeqEnd=&ActName=School+Code%E xvi

18 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April Region I CURRENT SERVICE PROVIDERS WITH CONTACT INFORMATION Albany Park Community Ctr. North Kimball Avenue Chicago, IL -- Asian Human Services - North Broadway Chicago, IL -- Blue Gargoyle Youth Center South University Ave. Chicago, IL -- Centro Romero North Clark Street Chicago, IL -- Chicago Commons West Chicago Ave. W Chicago, IL -- Chinese Mutual Aid Assoc. West Argyle Street Chicago, IL -- City Colleges West Jackson Boulevard Chicago, IL - -- De La Salle Institute - Tolton South Wabash Chicago, IL -- Erie Neighborhood House West Erie Street Chicago, IL -- Greater West Town Project West Fulton Chicago, IL -- Howard Area Comm. Center North Paulina Chicago, IL -- Instituto del Progreso Latino South Blue Island Ave. Chicago, IL -- Jewish Vocational Service North California Ave. Chicago, IL -- Jobs for Youth/Chicago, Inc. th East Washington, Floor Chicago, IL -- Literacy Chicago East Lake Street, Ste Chicago, IL -- Polish American Association N. Cicero Chicago, IL -- Prologue, Inc. West Lawrence Avenue Chicago, IL -- Pui Tak Center South Wentworth Ave. Chicago, IL -- Safer Foundation W. Jackson Boulevard Chicago, IL -- Spanish Coalition for Jobs West Pershing Road Chicago, IL -- Sullivan House South Chicago Avenue Chicago, IL -- TIA/Chicago Connections S. LaSalle, Suite Chicago, IL -- Universidad Popular North Rockwell Street Chicago, IL -- World Relief - Chicago West Lawrence Ave. Chicago, IL -- YMCA of Metro. Chicago North Dearborn Chicago, IL -- xvii

19 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April Region II CURRENT SERVICE PROVIDERS WITH CONTACT INFORMATION Arlington Heights H.S. Dist. # South Goebbert Road Arlington Heights, IL -- Aurora East District # Fifth Street Aurora, IL -- College of DuPage Fawell Street Glen Ellyn, IL -- College of Lake County West Washington St. Grayslake, IL - -- Elgin Community College South Spring Street Elgin, IL -- Elgin School District U South Gifford Street Elgin, IL -- Evanston Township H.S. # Dodge Avenue Evanston, IL -- Highland Community College Pearl City Road Freeport, IL -- Highland Township H.S. Dist. # Park Avenue West Highland Park, IL -- Illinois Migrant Council N. State St. Suite Belvidere, IL -- Kishwaukee College Malta Road Malta, IL - -- McHenry County College U.S. Hwy Crystal Lake, IL -- Moraine Valley Comm. College th South Avenue Palos Hills, IL -- Morton College South Central Avenue Chicago, IL -- Mundelein Consolidated H.S. West Hawley Street Mundelein, IL -- Oakton Community College East Golf Road Des Plaines, IL -- Palantine Township H.S. Dist.# South Roselle Road Palatine, IL -- Prairie State College South Halsted Street Chicago Heights, IL -- Rock Valley College N. Mulford Road Rockford, IL -- Rockford Area Literacy Council North Main Street Rockford, IL - -- Rockford Public Schools # Haskell Avenue Rockford, IL -- Sauk Valley Community College Illinois Route # Dixon, IL -- SER/Jobs for Progress, Inc. North Genesee Street Waukegan, IL -- South Suburban College S. State St. Ste South Holland, IL -- Triton College Fifth Avenue River Grove, IL -- Warren Township H.S. D. # North O Plaine Road Gurnee, IL -- Waubonsee Community College Five East Galena Boulevard Aurora, IL - -- West Chicago Comm. H.S. D. # Joliet Street West Chicago, IL -- William Rainey Harper College West Algonquin Road Palatine, Il -- World Relief - Aurora W. River Street Aurora, IL -- World Relief - DuPage College Ave., Ste Wheaton, IL -- YWCA of Elgin East Chicago Street Elgin, IL -- xviii

20 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April Region III CURRENT SERVICE PROVIDERS WITH CONTACT INFORMATION Black Hawk College th Avenue Moline, IL - -- Carl Sandburg College Tom L. Wilson Blvd. Galesburg, IL -- Danville Area Comm. College East. Main Street Danville, IL -- Decatur School District # East Eldorado Decatur, IL -- Dewitt-Livingston-McLean ROE N. Main Street, Ste Normal, IL -- Heartland Community College West Raab Road Normal, IL -- Henderson/Mercer/Warren ROE th North St. Rd. Ste Monmouth, IL -- Illinois Central College One College Drive East Peoria, IL - -- Illinois Valley Comm. College North Orlando Smith Ave Oglesby, IL -- John Wood Community College th South Street Quincy, IL -- Joliet Junior College Houbolt Road Joliet, IL - -- Kankakee Community College P. O. Box River Road Kankakee, IL -- Kankakee School Dist. # North Chicago Avenue Kankakee, IL -- Lincoln Comm. H.S. Dist. Primm Road Lincoln, IL -- Lincoln Land Comm. College Shepherd Rd, Box Springfield, IL - -- Macon-Piatt R.O.E. # North Water Street Decatur, IL -- Parkland College West Bradley Avenue Champaign, IL -- Peoria County R. O. E. # Fulton Street, Suite Peoria, IL -- Peoria Public Schools # West Moss Avenue Peoria, IL -- Quincy Public Schools # Baldwin Drive Quincy, IL -- Richland Community College One College Park Decatur, IL -- Spoon River College North County Canton, Il -- Springfield Sch. Dist. # East Laurel Street Springfield, IL -- Urbana School Dist. # North Race Street Urbana, IL -- xix

21 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April Region IV CURRENT SERVICE PROVIDERS WITH CONTACT INFORMATION Carbondale Comm. H.S.D. # East College Street Carbondale, IL -- Collinsville Unit # South Morrison Avenue Collinsville, IL -- Edwardsville District # West Kell Box Worden, IL -- Five County ROE # Rustic Campus Drive Ullin, IL -- Illinois Dept. Of Corrections Concordia Court Springfield, IL -- Illinois Eastern Comm. College East Chestnut Street Olney, IL -- Illinois Migrant Council E. Grand Ave Carbondale, IL -- John A. Logan College Logan College Road Carterville, IL -- Kaskaskia Comm. College College Road Centralia, IL -- Lake Land College Lake Land Boulevard Mattoon, IL -- Lewis & Clark Comm College Godfrey Road Godfrey, IL -- Macoupin County ROE # North Broad Street Carlinville, IL -- Mattoon Community Unit # Lake Land Boulevard Mattoon, IL -- Monroe/Randolph ROE West Main Street, Ste E Sparta, IL -- Murphysboro Unit Dist. # Blackwood Drive Murphysboro, IL -- Pana C.U.S.D. # East Main Pana, IL -- Regional Office of Ed. # West Fletcher Street Vandalia, IL -- Rend Lake College N. Ken Gray Parkway Ina, IL -- Shawnee Community College Shawnee College Road Ullin, IL -- Southeastern Illinois College College Road Harrisburg, IL -- Southern Illinois University Lewis Lane Carbondale, IL - -- Southwestern Illinois College Carlyle Avenue Belleville, IL -- St. Clair County ROE Wilshire Drive Belleville, IL -- Venice CUSD # South Fourth Street Venice, IL - -- xx

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25 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April Table SUMMARY OF ADULT EDUCATION AND FAMILY LITERACY ENROLLMEN BY TYPE OF PROGRAM FOR FISCAL YEAR Community Based Organizations Community Colleges Corrections ROE/ Public Schools Other Illinois Department of Corrections () () Kaskaskia Community College Regional Office of Education # () () () College of DuPage West Chicago Community High School # World Relief - DuPage (), (,) (), (,) Black Hawk College, (,), (,) Triton College, (,), (,) Parkland College Urbana School District #, (,), (,),, (,) Sauk Valley Community College () () Danville Area Community College () () Albany Park Community Center Asian Human Services Blue Gargoyle Youth Center Centro Romero Chicago Commons Chinese Mutual Aid Association City Colleges of Chicago De La Salle-Tolton Center Erie Neighborhood House Greater West Town Project Howard Area Community Center Instituto del Progreso Latino Jewish Vocational Services Jobs for Youth/Chicago Literacy Chicago Polish American Association Prologue, Inc Pui Tak Center,,,,,,,,,,

26 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April Table SUMMARY OF ADULT EDUCATION AND FAMILY LITERACY ENROLLMEN BY TYPE OF PROGRAM FOR FISCAL YEAR Community Based Organizations Community Colleges Corrections ROE/ Public Schools Other Safer Foundation/PACE Institute Cont. Spanish Coalition For Jobs Sullivan House TIA/Chicago Connections Universidad Popular World Relief - Chicago YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago (,) (,) (,) Elgin Community College Elgin School District U YWCA of Elgin (), (,) (), (,) South Suburban College, (,), (,) Rock Valley College Rockford Area Literacy Council Rockford Public School District # (), (,), (,),, (,) Arlington Heights Township High School # Palatine Township High School # William Rainey Harper College, (,), (,),, (,) Illinois Valley Community College () () Illinois Central College Peoria County Regional Office of Education # Peoria Public School District # () () (,) Prairie State College, (,), (,) Aurora East School District # Waubonsee Community College World Relief - Aurora (), (,) (), (,) Lake Land College Mattoon Community Unit # Pana Community Unit School District # () () (,)

27 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April Table SUMMARY OF ADULT EDUCATION AND FAMILY LITERACY ENROLLMEN BY TYPE OF PROGRAM FOR FISCAL YEAR Community Based Organizations Community Colleges Corrections ROE/ Public Schools Other Carl Sandburg College Henderson/Mercer/Warren Regional Office of Ed. () () () Highland Community College () () Kankakee Community College Kankakee School District #, () (), (,) Rend Lake College () () Collinsville Unit School District # Monroe/Randolph Regional Office of Education Southwestern Illinois College St. Clair County Regional Office of Education Venice Community Unit School District #, (,) (), (,) Kishwaukee College () () Moraine Valley Community College, (,), (,) Joliet Junior College, (,), (,) Lincoln Land Community College Springfield Public School District #, (,) (), (,) Morton College, (,), (,) Illinois Migrant Council - Woodstoc McHenry County College (), (,), (,) Illinois Eastern Community Colleges () ()

28 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April Table SUMMARY OF ADULT EDUCATION AND FAMILY LITERACY ENROLLMEN BY TYPE OF PROGRAM FOR FISCAL YEAR Community Based Organizations Community Colleges Corrections ROE/ Public Schools Other Carbondale Community High School # Illinois Migrant Council - Jackson John A. Logan College Murphysboro Unit District # Southern Illinois University () () () (,) Five County Regional Office of Education Shawnee Community College () () () College of Lake County Highland Park Township District # Mundelein Consolidated High School # SER/Jobs for Progress Warren Township High Schoo (), (,) (,), (,) Southeastern Illinois College () () Spoon River College () () Evanston Township High School # Oakton Community College, (,) (), (,) Edwardsville District # Lewis and Clark Community College Macoupin County Regional Office of Education # () () () Decatur School District # Macon-Piatt Regional Office of Education # Richland Community College () () (,) John Wood Community College Quincy Public Schools # () () () Dewitt-Livingston-McLean Regional Office of Ed. Heartland Community College Lincoln Community High School District # () () (,) TOTAL,,,, Data not available as of the reporting deadline. Table counts based on class enrollment. SOURCE OF DATA: STAIRS

29 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April Table SUMMARY OF UNDUPLICATED ADULT EDUCATION AND FAMILY LITERACY ENROLLMEN BY TYPE OF INSTRUCTION FOR FISCAL YEAR Adult Basic Education Adult Secondary Education English as a Second Language High School Credit Vocational Illinois Department of Corrections () () () () () () Kaskaskia Community College Regional Office of Education # () () () () () () College of DuPage West Chicago Community High School # World Relief - DuPage () (), (,) () (), (,) Black Hawk College () () () () (), (,) Triton College, (,) (), (,) () (), (,) Parkland College Urbana School District # () () () () (),, (,) Sauk Valley Community College () () () () () () Danville Area Community College () () () () () () Albany Park Community Center Asian Human Services Blue Gargoyle Youth Center Centro Romero Chicago Commons Chinese Mutual Aid Association City Colleges of Chicago De La Salle-Tolton Center Erie Neighborhood House Greater West Town Project Howard Area Community Center Instituto del Progreso Latino Jewish Vocational Services Jobs for Youth/Chicago Literacy Chicago Polish American Association Prologue, Inc Pui Tak Center,,,,,,,,,,,

30 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April Table SUMMARY OF UNDUPLICATED ADULT EDUCATION AND FAMILY LITERACY ENROLLMEN BY TYPE OF INSTRUCTION FOR FISCAL YEAR Adult Basic Education Adult Secondary Education English as a Second Language High School Credit Vocational Safer Foundation/PACE Institute Cont. Spanish Coalition For Jobs Sullivan House TIA/Chicago Connections Universidad Popular World Relief - Chicago YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago (,) (,) (,) () () (,) Elgin Community College Elgin School District U YWCA of Elgin () (), (,) () (), (,) South Suburban College () () () () (), (,) Rock Valley College Rockford Area Literacy Council Rockford Public School District # () () (,) () (),, (,) Arlington Heights Township High School # Palatine Township High School # William Rainey Harper College () (),, (,) () (),, (,) Illinois Valley Community College () () () () () () Illinois Central College Peoria County Regional Office of Education # Peoria Public School District # () () () () () (,) Prairie State College () () () () (), (,) Aurora East School District # Waubonsee Community College World Relief - Aurora () (), (,) () (), (,) Lake Land College Mattoon Community Unit # Pana Community Unit School District # () () () () () (,)

31 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April Table SUMMARY OF UNDUPLICATED ADULT EDUCATION AND FAMILY LITERACY ENROLLMEN BY TYPE OF INSTRUCTION FOR FISCAL YEAR Adult Basic Education Adult Secondary Education English as a Second Language High School Credit Vocational Carl Sandburg College Henderson/Mercer/Warren Regional Office of Ed. () () () () () () Highland Community College () () () () () () Kankakee Community College Kankakee School District # () () () () (), (,) Rend Lake College () () () () () () Collinsville Unit School District # Monroe/Randolph Regional Office of Education Southwestern Illinois College St. Clair County Regional Office of Education Venice Community Unit School District #, (,) () () () (), (,) Kishwaukee College () () () () () () Moraine Valley Community College () (), (,) () (), (,) Joliet Junior College () (), (,) () (), (,) Lincoln Land Community College Springfield Public School District # () () () () (), (,) Morton College () (), (,) () (), (,) Illinois Migrant Council - Woodstoc McHenry County College () (), (,) () (), (,) Illinois Eastern Community Colleges () () () () () ()

32 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April Table SUMMARY OF UNDUPLICATED ADULT EDUCATION AND FAMILY LITERACY ENROLLMEN BY TYPE OF INSTRUCTION FOR FISCAL YEAR Adult Basic Education Adult Secondary Education English as a Second Language High School Credit Vocational Carbondale Community High School # Illinois Migrant Council - Jackson John A. Logan College Murphysboro Unit District # Southern Illinois University () () () () () (,) Five County Regional Office of Education Shawnee Community College () () () () () () College of Lake County Highland Park Township District # Mundelein Consolidated High School # SER/Jobs for Progress Warren Township High Schoo () (), (,) () (), (,) Southeastern Illinois College () () () () () () Spoon River College () () () () () () Evanston Township High School # Oakton Community College (,) (), (,) () (), (,) Edwardsville District # Lewis and Clark Community College Macoupin County Regional Office of Education # () () () () () () Decatur School District # Macon-Piatt Regional Office of Education # Richland Community College () () () () () (,) John Wood Community College Quincy Public Schools # () () () () () () Dewitt-Livingston-McLean Regional Office of Ed. Heartland Community College Lincoln Community High School District # () () () () () (,) TOTAL,,,,,, Data not available as of the reporting deadline. Table counts based on class enrollment. A learner is placed in the type of instruction with the most instructional hours. SOURCE OF DATA: STAIRS

33 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April Table SUMMARY OF DUPLICATED ADULT EDUCATION AND FAMILY LITERACY ENROLLMEN BY TYPE OF INSTRUCTION FOR FISCAL YEAR Adult Basic Education Adult Secondary Education English as a Second Language High School Credit Vocational Illinois Department of Corrections () () () () () () Kaskaskia Community College Regional Office of Education # () () () () () () College of DuPage West Chicago Community High School # World Relief - DuPage () (), (,) () (), (,) Black Hawk College () () () () (), (,) Triton College, (,) (), (,) () (), (,) Parkland College Urbana School District # () () () () (),, (,) Sauk Valley Community College () () () () () () Danville Area Community College () () () () () () Albany Park Community Center Asian Human Services Blue Gargoyle Youth Center Centro Romero Chicago Commons Chinese Mutual Aid Association City Colleges of Chicago De La Salle-Tolton Center Erie Neighborhood House Greater West Town Project Howard Area Community Center Instituto del Progreso Latino Jewish Vocational Services Jobs for Youth/Chicago Literacy Chicago Polish American Association Prologue, Inc Pui Tak Center,,,,,,,,,,,

34 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April Table SUMMARY OF DUPLICATED ADULT EDUCATION AND FAMILY LITERACY ENROLLMEN BY TYPE OF INSTRUCTION FOR FISCAL YEAR Adult Basic Education Adult Secondary Education English as a Second Language High School Credit Vocational Safer Foundation/PACE Institute Cont. Spanish Coalition For Jobs Sullivan House TIA/Chicago Connections Universidad Popular World Relief - Chicago YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago (,) (,) (,) () (), (,) Elgin Community College Elgin School District U YWCA of Elgin () (), (,) () (), (,) South Suburban College () () () () (), (,) Rock Valley College Rockford Area Literacy Council Rockford Public School District # () () (,) () (),, (,) Arlington Heights Township High School # Palatine Township High School # William Rainey Harper College () (),, (,) () (),, (,) Illinois Valley Community College () () () () () () Illinois Central College Peoria County Regional Office of Education # Peoria Public School District # () () () () () (,) Prairie State College () () () () (), (,) Aurora East School District # Waubonsee Community College World Relief - Aurora () (), (,) () (), (,) Lake Land College Mattoon Community Unit # Pana Community Unit School District # () () () () () (,)

35 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April Table SUMMARY OF DUPLICATED ADULT EDUCATION AND FAMILY LITERACY ENROLLMEN BY TYPE OF INSTRUCTION FOR FISCAL YEAR Adult Basic Education Adult Secondary Education English as a Second Language High School Credit Vocational Carl Sandburg College Henderson/Mercer/Warren Regional Office of Ed. () () () () () () Highland Community College () () () () () () Kankakee Community College Kankakee School District # () () () () (), (,) Rend Lake College () () () () () () Collinsville Unit School District # Monroe/Randolph Regional Office of Education Southwestern Illinois College St. Clair County Regional Office of Education Venice Community Unit School District #, (,) (,) () () (), (,) Kishwaukee College () () () () () () Moraine Valley Community College () (), (,) () (), (,) Joliet Junior College () (), (,) () (), (,) Lincoln Land Community College Springfield Public School District # () () () () (), (,) Morton College () (), (,) () (), (,) Illinois Migrant Council - Woodstoc McHenry County College () (), (,) () (), (,) Illinois Eastern Community Colleges () () () () () ()

36 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April Table SUMMARY OF DUPLICATED ADULT EDUCATION AND FAMILY LITERACY ENROLLMEN BY TYPE OF INSTRUCTION FOR FISCAL YEAR Adult Basic Education Adult Secondary Education English as a Second Language High School Credit Vocational Carbondale Community High School # Illinois Migrant Council - Jackson John A. Logan College Murphysboro Unit District # Southern Illinois University () () () () () (,) Five County Regional Office of Education Shawnee Community College () () ( () () () College of Lake County Highland Park Township District # Mundelein Consolidated High School # SER/Jobs for Progress Warren Township High Schoo () (), (,) () (), (,) Southeastern Illinois College () () () () () () Spoon River College () () () () () () Evanston Township High School # Oakton Community College, (,) (), (,) () (), (,) Edwardsville District # Lewis and Clark Community College Macoupin County Regional Office of Education # () () () () () () Decatur School District # Macon-Piatt Regional Office of Education # Richland Community College () () () () () (,) John Wood Community College Quincy Public Schools # () () () () () () Dewitt-Livingston-McLean Regional Office of Ed. Heartland Community College Lincoln Community High School District # () () () () () (,) TOTAL,,,,,, Data not available as of the reporting deadline. Table counts based on class enrollment. A leaner can be counted more than once if enrolled in more than one type of instruction. SOURCE OF DATA: STAIRS

37 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April Table SUMMARY OF ADULT EDUCATION AND FAMILY LITERACY EDUCATIONAL ENTRY FUNCTIONING LEVE ENROLLMENT IN ADULT BASIC EDUCATION INSTRUCTION FOR FISCAL YEAR Beginning ABE Literacy Beginning Basic Education ABE Low Intermediate Basic Education ABE High Intermediate Basic Education ABE Illinois Department of Corrections () () () () () Kaskaskia Community College Regional Office of Education # () () () () () College of DuPage West Chicago Community High School # World Relief - DuPage () () () () () Black Hawk College () () () () () Triton College () () () () () Parkland College Urbana School District # () () () () () Sauk Valley Community College () () () () () Danville Area Community College () () () () () Albany Park Community Center Asian Human Services Blue Gargoyle Youth Center Centro Romero Chicago Commons Chinese Mutual Aid Association City Colleges of Chicago De La Salle-Tolton Center Erie Neighborhood House Greater West Town Project Howard Area Community Center Instituto del Progreso Latino Jewish Vocational Services Jobs for Youth/Chicago Literacy Chicago Polish American Association Prologue, Inc Pui Tak Center,,,,,

38 Illinois Adult Education and Family Literacy Data and Characteristics April Table SUMMARY OF ADULT EDUCATION AND FAMILY LITERACY EDUCATIONAL ENTRY FUNCTIONING LEVE ENROLLMENT IN ADULT BASIC EDUCATION INSTRUCTION FOR FISCAL YEAR Beginning ABE Literacy Beginning Basic Education ABE Low Intermediate Basic Education ABE High Intermediate Basic Education ABE Safer Foundation/PACE Institute Cont. Spanish Coalition For Jobs Sullivan House TIA/Chicago Connections Universidad Popular World Relief - Chicago YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago (,) (,) (,) (,) (,) Elgin Community College Elgin School District U YWCA of Elgin () () () () () South Suburban College () () () () () Rock Valley College Rockford Area Literacy Council Rockford Public School District # () () () () () Arlington Heights Township High School # Palatine Township High School # William Rainey Harper College () () () () () Illinois Valley Community College () () () () () Illinois Central College Peoria County Regional Office of Education # Peoria Public School District # () () () () () Prairie State College () () () () () Aurora East School District # Waubonsee Community College World Relief - Aurora () () () () () Lake Land College Mattoon Community Unit # Pana Community Unit School District # () () () () ()

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