For several decades, Career and Technical Education (CTE) has been evolving. No longer offering only traditional vocational education, CTE now offers a diverse range of subjects and career fields, including a number of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) subjects. In addition, the distinction between CTE and academic programs is slowly disintegrating as integrating academic content into CTE . Cowley Community College - Adult Education South Second Arkansas City, KS Atchison: Highland Community College - Adult Education Program West Riley, Building A Atchison, KS Chanute: Eastern Kansas Adult Education Neosho County Community College - Adult Education Center W. 14th Chanute, KS
Adult education programs serve Kansas adults age 16 and over who are in need of basic skills for the workforce, community participation and family life. We provide high quality instruction and targeted student support services that are aligned with learner goals and available at times and places accessible to adults with jobs and families. Kansas adult education programs also prepare adults . To participate in the Adult Education Program, students must be at least 16 years of age and not attending high school. There is a $60 fee for classes and materials each academic year. Classes are held at KCKCC Main Campus (morning, afternoon, evening); Pioneer Career Center (PCC) in Leavenworth (evening only); Wyandotte High School (evening only); and the Main KCK .