Rhea County’s new Adult Education now offers “One Stop Shop” for Careers

Friday, April 17, 2015 | 03:08pm

Rhea Review - Nearly 700,000 adults in Tennessee do not have a high school diploma or HSE (high school equivalency).   This leaves a great deal of our state’s potential workforce untapped. Rhea County’s new Adult Education now offers “One Stop Shop” for Careers​
http://rheareview.com/adult-education-changing-focus-changing-lives/

 

 

One of several retired Rhea County teachers at the Adult Education program in Dayton, Manuel Christie teaches students practical math applications. (Elmer Harris / Rhea Review)