Adult Education

Fayette Insitute of Technology

We’re focusing on the power of experiential learning in this episode of Inside Appalachia. We’ll look at how students learn life, academic and practical skills through career and technical education (CTE) programs. The goal of these programs is often to give students an idea of what kind of career they might want to go into after high school. 

cityofhuntington.com

A charity has opened a new adult education center in Huntington that will offer free training in everything from college preparation to financial literacy and parenting.

The Herald-Dispatch reports that enrollment at the Center for Community Learning and Advancement is open every day for the next two weeks. After that, the center will have open enrollment each Friday.

From Boots to Books: Student Veterans and the New GI Bill

Sep 19, 2015
Veteran hanging flag
Stephen Smith

The American Radio Works series continues on WVPB radio on September 21st at 8:p.m. with a special on American Veterans with From Boots to Books: Student Veterans and the New GI Bill.

The Living Legacy: Black Colleges in the 21st Century

Aug 31, 2015
Howard University Grads
Emily Hanford

As students and teachers head back to school, West Virginia Public Radio will be airing a four part education series by American Radio Works.  Beginning Monday, August 31st at 8p.m., Living the Legacy: Black Colleges in the 21st Century will be heard, here on WVPB.

On West Virginia Morning, David Greene, a former coal miner from Boone County, has written a book that offers guidance to coal miners who are looking to education as a tool for new opportunities.  Glynis Board has the story on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Broadcasting – telling West Virginia’s story.