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Welfare Recipients and Adult Education

Welfare Recipients and Adult Education
There is an enormous disparity between American households in their ability to afford and attend adult education. Suffice it to say that the plethora of barriers faced by families able to make a living through working a forty plus hour a week job would definitely hinder a family living on or just above the poverty level from getting a higher adult education degree. This paper examines and explores the possibility and difficulty of the single family female head of the household’s prospects of gaining an adult education in the United States . There will be a discussion on the barriers that family members see as preventing consideration of attending adult education classes. There is a look at the effects that the history of welfare reform and the effect the Welfare Reform bill has on families in general and single family black female head of the household on welfare specifically. The Household Redefined

The contemporary family as defined in America 30 to 50 years ago no longer has the place of being considered the typical family. Families now are considered blended, mixed or hybrid, headed by Aunts, Uncles, even Grandparents. Such a variety of different heads of the family causes adult educators and the government private agencies that seek to provide post-secondary education to adult learners concern. The concern is the ability to provide adequate adult education and a means for the adult learner to overcome obstacles that prevent him or her from pursuing higher education. Barriers That Hinder Adult Learners

Large-scale surveys, such as the U.S. National Higher Education Survey, the Canadian Adult Education and Training Survey, and the International Adult Literacy Survey (IALS), pose a battery of questions on barriers but only to persons who indicated that they failed to take courses or programs they wanted to take. “One such survey shows the percentage of adults... Show More

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