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Low Skilled Workforce In The U.S.: Key Findings From The Program For International Assessment Of Adult Competencies (Piaac), Emily Pawlowski
Adult Education Research Conference
This paper provides an overview of the Program for International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC), a large-scale international assessment of adult skills. Results on the literacy, numeracy, and digital problem solving skills of the low-skilled U.S. workforce will also be presented.
The Effects Of Morpho-Phonemic And Whole Word Instruction On The Literacy Skills Of Adult Struggling Readers, Susan Gray
Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects
This study investigated the effects of two kinds of word study on the literacy skills of 34 adult struggling readers. Young adults seeking high school equivalency diplomas were randomly assigned to intensive individual tutoring, two hours once a week for four weeks, in either morpho-phonemic or whole word study to learn academic vocabulary from a civics curriculum. Participants were African American and Latino adults in secondary education who had learned English either as their native language or as their second language in early childhood. Those given morpho-phonemic instruction analyzed Latin and Greek word origins, parsed morpheme and syllable structures, and ...