Organized according to the TABE Test Blueprints from DRC, resources are prioritized according to High, Medium, and Low emphasis of tested College and Career Ready Standards.
The Kentucky Adult Education Instructional Framework Series was designed to provide a common instructional foundation for all of Kentucky’s adult education providers. Local adult educators (who intuitively aligned instruction with college and career readiness standards, student assessment criteria, and program performance metrics) provided the impetus for this project. (In an effort to acknowledge those who inspired this work, contributions of individual Kentucky Adult Educators are signified with a pink highlight throughout the entire framework series.)
Building upon the work done by local providers, a state-level team designed the Kentucky Adult Education Instructional Framework Series to align all instruction statewide with the LINCS Professional Development Center State Leadership Self-Assessment Tool, the LINCS Adult Education Teacher Competencies, the Data Recognition Corporation TABE 11/12 Blueprints, the English Language Proficiency Standards for Adult Education, and the GED® Testing Service High Impact Indicators (HIIs). The result is a five-framework series comprised of:
INTENDED USES OF FRAMEWORKS
The Kentucky Adult Education Instructional Framework Series provides comprehensive, assessment-aligned instructional support to adult educators. The frameworks serve as the basis for intensive, ongoing, job-embedded professional learning in the form of provider-based professional learning communities and targeted, framework-aligned, online professional learning elective courses. The five frameworks also: