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Adult Education By the Numbers

The Problem: 111,000 Indiana Young Adults Not Attending High School and 454,327 Indiana Adults 18-64 without a High School Diploma, per the American Community Survey

The Solution: 17,541 enrolled Students, 13,642 Active Students, 3,330 Obtain Employability Skills, 1,472 Industry Credentials, 12,214 Measurable Skills Gains (MSG) | MSG, two grades or More, 69.93% Achieves MSG, 4,609 HSE Graduates, and Entering Education Level: Level 1-2, 6,958, Level 3-4, 9,434, and Level 5-6, 1,149

507 Experienced Homeslessness, 50% Ages 25-44, 6,231 Have Children, and 1,087 are Highly Skilled Immigrants

80% Work in High Demand Field from IET (Integrated Education & Training) Programs and Healthcare, Transportation, Manufacturing, and Construction, Enter Low Income and Increase Wages 1-year from exit: from 37% to 77%, 1,453 Enrolled in Post-Secondary Education, Increase in Labor Market Participation (Entry to 1-year follow-up) from 37% to 77%, 67% Better Job or Raise Post-Graduation, and $2.29 increase from $12.62 to $14.91 which is the Average Increase in Hourly Wage - Program start vs. Post-Graduation

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