May 29, 2018
At a Glance
This report summarizes activities and accomplishments from Breaking Through’s first year as they relate to the goal of increasing the number of low-skilled adults who succeed in postsecondary certificate and degree programs.
In 2005, JFF and the National Council for Workforce Education launched Breaking Through: Helping Low-Skilled Adults Enter and Succeed in College and Careers, with funding from the C.S. Mott Foundation. The goal of the multi-year, college-based initiative is to increase the number of low-skilled adults who enter and succeed in community college-based occupational/technical certificate and degree programs. This report summarizes key Breaking Through activities and accomplishments from fall 2005 through summer 2006.
Accelerating Opportunity JFF helps low-skilled adults advance to better jobs by combining Adult Basic Education and career and technical training, reducing the time to earn valued credentials in a rapidly changing labor market. Related Content
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Adult Learner Success
JFF assists community colleges across the US in boosting the success rates of education and training programs for low-skilled adults. JFF assists community colleges across the US in boosting the success rates of education and…