Learning for Life: An Illinois Perspective
SURVEY SHOWS PROMISE FOR ILLINOIS ADULT LEARNERS
Grand Victoria Foundation, Polk Bros. Foundation, and the Community Foundation of Macon County commissioned a survey of adult education and workforce development program administrators and practitioners, to better understand the conditions for using digital learning to advance education outcomes for adults in Illinois.
This survey drew upon a 2014 national survey, Learning for Life, completed by the Joyce Foundation and Tyton Partners, which highlighted the role and opportunity for digital learning to transform adult education programs. In partnership with COABE, the Illinois survey took place in February 2016 and generated responses from more than 330 adult education and workforce development professionals. Learn more here.