NH Bureau of Adult Education
The New Hampshire Bureau of Adult Education supports educational services to adults who have not received a high school diploma or high school equivalency certificate or who do not read, write, or speak English. Grants to school districts and not-for-profit organizations make it possible for local adult education programs to serve adult learners whose skills range from very basic to high school level.

Programs for Adult Learners

Preparation and testing for the NH High School Equivalency Certificate. Transcripts for GED and HiSETLearn More
FREE classes to improve speaking, listening, readingĀ and writing in English.Learn More
FREE classes to improve basic skills in reading, writing, and math. Also for pre-High School Equivalency study.Learn More
(Formerly Tutorial Program) FREE small classes or tutoring–in basic skills, High School Equivalency preparation, and ESOL.Learn More
Classes to earn credits to complete the adult high school diploma.Learn More
Programs and resources to help prepare for a career or for college.Learn More

Teacher Resources

Staff Development Calendar

Latest Tip for Adult Educators

Fractions Really Add-Up

February 15th, 2017|Comments Off on Fractions Really Add-Up

This is a fraction game between two students using a deck of cards. First, remove all jokers and face cards. Explain that the aces equal the number one. Place the remaining cards face down (still […]