Adult Basic Education


Overview

Adult Basic Education (ABE) in Nevada is provided through local programs funded by the Nevada Department of Education. Students are eligible to participate in adult education if 18 years old or over or at least 16 years old and not subject to compulsory attendance; who are in need of basic math, reading, or language skills, a high school diploma or equivalency, and/or English literacy skills. ABE programs are located throughout the state and provide such services as literacy and basic skills instruction, English as a Second Language classes, programs to prepare learners to enter the workforce, preparation to successfully pass the high school equivalency (HSE) Test, and advancement to higher education.

Find An Adult Basic Education Program In Your Area:

    Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada

    1526 N Main Street
    Las Vegas, NV 89101
    Telephone: (702) 215-4732

    College of Southern Nevada

    2409 Las Verdes K1B
    Las Vegas, Nevada 89102
    Telephone: (702) 651-4487

    Great Basin College

    1500 College Parkway
    Elko, Nevada 89801
    Telephone: (775) 753-2109
    Telephone: (775) 753-2126

    Las Vegas-Clark County Library District

    Computer Assisted Literacy in Libraries (CALL)
    833 North Las Vegas Boulevard
    Las Vegas, Nevada 89101
    Telephone: (702) 507-3530

    Northern Nevada Literacy Council

    1400 Wedekind Road
    Reno, Nevada 89512
    Telephone: (775) 356-1007

    Truckee Meadows Community College

    5270 Neil Road, Suite 220
    Reno, Nevada 89502
    Telephone: (775) 829-9044

    Western Nevada College

    2201 West College Parkway
    Carson City, Nevada 89703
    Telephone: (775) 445-4451