Iowa’s adult education and literacy programs build skills for success by providing adults with the opportunity to acquire and to improve functional skills necessary to enhance the quality of their lives as workers, family members and citizens. Adult Education and Literacy Programs DMCC's Adult Literacy Program provides free individual tutoring to adults who need help mastering basic math, reading, and writing skills. This service is.
Adult, Career and Community College The Division of Community Colleges and Workforce Preparation of the Iowa Department of Education has a variety of diverse programs that enhance Iowa’s educational system. The division is divided between two bureaus: the Bureau of Community Colleges and the Bureau of Career and Technical Education. Iowa’s Adult Education and Literacy programs build skills for success by providing adults with the opportunity to acquire and improve functional skills necessary to enhance the quality of their lives as workers, family members, and citizens.
Adult Education Program The purpose of the Adult Education Program is to assist unemployed and/or underemployed tribal members by: Improving educational opportunities for tribal members who lack the level of literacy skills necessary for effective citizenship and productive employment. Creating excellence in education through leadership and service. Director's Message Learning from our Learners. by Director Ann Lebo. As we look forward and collectively imagine the future of education in Iowa in a post-COVID world, it is important to really hear and understand our students’ experiences.