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with Denise Dumont, Oxford Hills/Buckfield Adult Education

Aug 15, 2016 at 12 pm, runs for 43 weeks
Would you like to start a new career? Not sure where to go or how to get there? Missing required courses or credentials? We can help! Sign up for College and Career advising. Take that first step to get registered and prepared for your future.

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Algebra A

$40

with Alain Nkulu, Portland Adult Education

Jan 10, 2017 at 6 pm, runs for 22 weeks
Algebra A introduces students to integer operations, solving equations, and graphing. Online Registration is not available for this course. It may be subject to certain pre-requisites or inventory requirements. Please contact PAE in person or by phone (874-8155) to discuss the requirements for this course or for more information.
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Algebra B

$40

with Jill Gorneau, Portland Adult Education

Jan 9, 2017 at 11:45 am, runs for 22 weeks
This course covers topics such as systems of equations, polynomials, exponential functions and quadratic equations. The textbook is the same book used in Algebra A. Online Registration is not available for this course. It may be subject to certain pre-requisites or inventory requirements. Please contact PAE in person or by phone (874-8155) to discuss the requirements for this course or for more information.

Algebra I

$20

with Alison Schwamkrug, Orono-Hampden-Old Town Adult Ed Partnership

Jan 19, 2017 at 6 pm, runs for 15 weeks

This is a 45-hour high school level basic Algebra I course. This course is designed to assist the student who wants to earn a high school diploma, the high school graduate who is looking for college transition support or someone who needs help prepping for the HiSET.

This course is Free to any adult education student who has not yet earned a high school diploma - call us at 827-3906 to register for this course if you need this course to earn a diploma.

Algebra I

Free

with Sylvia Ogle, MSAD 53 Adult and Community Education

Jan 31, 2017 at 3 pm

Algebra I with Sylvia OgleTues. & Thur.: Jan. 31 - Apr. 13

3 - 6 p.m.Maine Central Institute

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Algebra I Winter 2017

Free

with RSU 25 Adult and Community Education

Jan 3, 2017 , runs for 25 weeks

Algebra I is intended for students who need an Algebra credit for a diploma or college requirement. Students enrolled in our Adult Diploma program can take it for free. It can also be taken as a non-credit course for those who need to brush up on their Algebra skills for college. Topics include interpreting and writing expressions polynomials, rational expressions, radicals, exponents, equations, inequalities, coordinate plane, and quadratic equations. This is a blended course, including traditional class room instruction, online course work, and independent work. Prerequisite Assessments: CASAS, pre-algebra, basic computer skills (call to schedule)

 

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Algebra Skills for College

$10

with Stephanie McChord, RSU 54/MSAD 54 Adult and Community Education

Jan 30, 2017 at 3:30 pm, runs for 15 weeks

Are you preparing to take a college algebra course? Avoid taking developmental algebra at the college level. In this Algebra course, you will develop a basic understanding of how to use algebraic terms and equations in solving problems.

 

Other fees (paid later)

  • Tuition - $50.00
  • Other Fee - $5.00
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American Short Fiction W17

$35

with Julie Letourneau-Ayers, Mid-Maine Regional Adult Community Education

Jan 19, 2017 at 2:30 pm, runs for 16 weeks

This course offers students the possibility to focus on short stories, their elements and their meanings. Students enrolled in the course will have the opportunity to study the short story as an art form and as an expression of the human experience. As we study the short story we will reflect, analyze, discuss and write about our findings. A variety of short projects will be completed in conjunction with each story. Additionally, there will be quizzes and a final writing project.





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