Abstract

This research uses national and state studies to inform quantitative analysis of adult education students who successfully transition into a postsecondary program. The complexity of this issue precludes making simple causal relations between GEDs enrolling in developmental education courses and successfully earning a certificate and degree.

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adult basic education, GED®, development education, pathways, postsecondary

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Disappointment for Kansas GED® Students Transitioning to PostsecondaryThe Black Hole of Developmental Education

This research uses national and state studies to inform quantitative analysis of adult education students who successfully transition into a postsecondary program. The complexity of this issue precludes making simple causal relations between GEDs enrolling in developmental education courses and successfully earning a certificate and degree.