CHEA Adult Skill Center - Adult Basic Education Program (ABE)
Listing Last Update: October 28, 2020
- To read and write better
- To study for my high school equivalency exam
- To improve my math skills
- To improve my technology skills
You may use the contact information above to reach out to the program
or call 1-877-389-6874 for more help.
The Adult Basic Education (ABE) Program is designed for lower performing students, who struggle with basic reading & math skills at the K-4th grade level. This is a one-to-one learning experience. Each student is paired with a tutor, opposed to a large classroom setting. Through weekly created Individualized Lesson Plans aligned to Michigan's Curriculum Frame Work for Adult Education, students work at their own pace though guided grade level course work. Daily computer base assignments are also integrated to reinforce the learning of course content.
Course Objective: While providing students with the basic skills to assist their children, this program also provides basic workforce reading, writing, and math skills. Our goal is to not only prepare students to possess basic skills for day to day living, but to also become successful employees in the workplace.
Course Learning Objectives:
•Reading Graphs and Charts
•Understanding Whole Numbers
•Solving Word Problems
The Center for Higher Educational Achievement is committed to community and personal development by providing programs and environments which nurture individuals and families.
Hours of operation: Prescheduled hours
Cost info: Free for any Michigan resident over the age of 25.
Student and Volunteer Success Stories
"CHEA, Helping Families Put The Puzzle of Life Together"
96% of all enrolled students exit their academic program with 2 to 9 grade levels increase in Reading & Math.
¨The Adult Skill Center is designed to provide educational training for low income adults age 25 and older, who are often over looked, distracted, discouraged, and embarrassed when they attend alternative education programs, along with younger
students who also did not complete their high school education.