Montana Adult Basic and

Literacy Education

Montana ABLE Mission Statement

Believing that every person has purpose, value and potential, Montana Adult Education (AE) provides free instruction to adults and out-of-school youth to improve their academic skills, attain a high school equivalency diploma, transition to postsecondary education, and/or improve employment status.

 

Purpose: 

The Adult Basic and Literacy Education Program (ABLE) is the key to providing a better life to thousands of Montana adults and to providing a cadre of workers for employers across the state. ABLE may be the bridge from unemployment to employment, basic education to postsecondary education, and lack of self-esteem to a strong sense of self-worth. The ABLE bridge is critical in moving Montana forward. We transform individuals, families, communities, and the workplace.

Margaret Bowles, Montana Adult Education Director

Resources: 

Administration

Research

Workshops: 

2016 2016 Summer Institute Agenda

2016 Educator's Guide to Immigration
ELL Spring Meeting 2016 Resources

2016

John Bowers Presentation
Program Components

2016

TABE Training PowerPoint pdf
2016 Josh Davies:  Bring Your A Game

2015 Adult Basic Education Fall Conference

2015 WIOA Summer Conference

2015 Directors' Meeting Resources:  April 2015

2015 Montana ABE Math Webinars

2014
Moving Pathways Forward

Conference 2014

2013 Spring 2014 Meeting

Directors' Meeting Resources

Montana Community of Practice (COP)

Math Institute

ELA Common Core State Standards:  Susan Pimentel

Educational Quality 2013

HiSET Resources

Directors' April Meeting

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Updates:

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2013-2014

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