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Adult Education By the Numbers

The Problem: 92,951 Indiana Young Adults 18-24 without a High School Diploms, per the American Community Survey and 424,804 Indiana Adults 18-64 without a High School Diploma, per the American Community Survey

The Solution: 19,430 enrolled Students, 14,162 Active Students, 2,533 Studentd enrolled in Career Training Programs, 1,849 Industry Credentials, 13,356 Measurable Skills Gains (MSG) | MSG, two grades or More, 68.74% Achieved MSG, 3,795 HSE Graduates, and Entering Education Level: Level 1-2, 8,731, Level 3-4, 9,546, and Level 5-6, 1,153

267 Experienced Homeslessness, 33% Ages 16-44, 2,121 Single Parents, and 1,688 are Highly Educated Immigrants

770% of student employed after exit, HSE Graduates annual ernings increased $8,400, 16% Median Quarterly Icome Increase, 82% Students completing career training are employed, Career Training certificate earners saw a 24% increase in median earnings, and you use this graphic to navigate to Adult education stuccess stories.

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