Arizona Adult Education Services provides comprehensive literacy services to learners 16 years of age and older who are not enrolled in a K-12 school. It offers access to quality educational opportunities to support employment, job training and higher education aspirations. By assisting adult learners to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for effective participation in society, we help citizens realize their potential, businesses benefit and communities thrive.

News and Current Events in Adult Education:

Prescott Living Magazine news article
One of our state-funded adult education programs has been featured in a local magazine. Congratulations to the staff and students at Yavapai College. Please take some time to read the full story here.
Opportunity for Youth screenshot of webpage
Opportunities for Youth aim to re-engage 16-24 year old youths who are not in school and not working. Here are some video’s to showcase a small sample of their successes.
Screenshot of the Zip Code Project Website
The Zip Code Project is an initiative by the Arizona Department of Education dedicated to assisting disconnected youth ages 16-24 that are neither employed nor attending school. The goal is to find them opportunities so they can succeed in life. Learn more here.