LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - The state is celebrating the strides being made in adult education.
Dozens attended the event at the State Capitol rotunda Tuesday honoring the service of adult educators.
Leaders also recognized the success they've had across at adult education centers across the state.
"We want to let people know especially if they don't have their high school diploma or need some retraining some retooling that your local education center can provide those resources to get better employed for the workforce. " says Deputy Director of Department of pre-education/adult education Trenia Miles.
The department wants to make every Arkansan aware of the resources available to them.
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