Melinda, an online student of co-author Mary Karr’s, shares her experience being a college student an the mother of young children:
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American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) — "Adult education organization dedicated to being the leading source in the field of adult learning." Publishers of Adult Learning and Adult Education Quarterly. American Association for Higher Education and Accreditation — Renamed/reorganized recently. (Formerly just AAHE.) Several forms on quality improvement and accreditation assessments are available … Continue reading “Adult Educator Links”