Mar 19, · (Digest of Education Statistics, , Table ) In , % of adults 17 years old and older with 8th grade or less education participated in some type of adult education program. Participants with some education between 9th and 12th grades (without a diploma) %; and % of those with a diploma participated in an adult education program. Adult education level Indicator in group Education attainment: Below upper secondary % of year-olds OECD - Average % of year-olds: Below upper secondary % of year-olds OECD - Average Education at a glance: Educational attainment and labour-force status Database OECD Education Statistics: Data warehouse.
National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) data indicate that 38 percent of the enrollment of more than eighteen million college students were twenty-five . Integrated English Literacy and Civics Education Report to Congress. This biennial report provides an overview of the first two program years (PYs) of data available through the National Reporting System for Adult Education (NRS), covering PY –17 and PY –18, on the activities carried out under the IELCE program (section of WIOA).
The target population for adult learning statistics refers to persons aged between 25 and 64 years. Data for adult participation in (formal and non-formal) education and training during the 4 weeks preceding to the interview are collected through the EU labour force survey (LFS). The denominator used for the ratios derived from LFS data consists of the total population of the . Some 43 percent of adults with a graduate or professional degree, 23 percent with a bachelor’s degree, and 25 percent with an associate’s degree reported having a license, compared with 15 percent of those with some college but no degree, 9 percent of those who completed high school (or equivalency), and 4 percent of those who had not completed high school.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Program for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC), U.S. PIAAC / White and Hispanic adults make up the largest percentage of U.S. adults with low levels of English literacy, 35 percent and 34 percent respectively (figure 3). The projected increase in enrollment from to of Adults 20 or older shows continued growth across genders: females (%) and males (13%). There is a projected increase in enrollment for Full Time (%) and Part Time attendance (%) in the same group of Adults 20 or older from to