What is ABE?
ABE stands for “adult basic education.” The goal is to help students work on building block skills that can benefit them in school, work, and life in general. If you have questions about the adult basic education program, first check to see if we have answered them in this FAQ.
Who Can Use ABE?
Adult basic education courses at Broward Community Schools can be useful to a wide variety to students. Whether you’re looking to improve your skills for work, or you plan to pursue more educational opportunities, adult basic education can lay the groundwork needed to succeed in a variety of fields.
What’s Covered in ABE?
Adult basic education covers a variety of skills, including:
- English proficiency
The goal is to get these skills up to a higher level so that you can navigate life’s challenges more effectively. Whether you’re going into work or plan to take advantage of other Broward County education opportunities, ABE can help.
What’s After ABE?
After completing adult basic education, you have a few different options. You can take online classes or work on your GED. Succeeding in getting your high school equivalency can allow you to apply for colleges, community colleges, and trade schools that could help you learn more and work towards a new career.
After ABE courses, you can also apply for more jobs and potentially have better luck getting hired thanks to your improved skills. Whatever your life plans are, an adult basic education course can likely help.
If you want to learn more about our adult education options, visit our website. We’re sure that we can help you find a new educational opportunity that will serve you well!