Oct 09, 2018 · Adult Diploma Program. The Adult Diploma Program provides job training and a new pathway for adults, ages 22 or older, to earn a high school diploma AND industry credentials aligned to one of Ohio’s in-demand jobs. What makes this program different from a traditional high school setting is the delivery of instruction to adults.
The Adult Diploma Program (ADP) is an alternative pathway for adults age 22 and older to earn a high school diploma and an industry credential in one of Ohio’s in-demand jobs. To be eligible for ADP, you must: Be a resident of the state of Ohio. Be able to read at a sixth-grade level or above.
Statewide Standard Adult High School Pilot Evaluation Report (updated October 2015): Brief summary of the initial pilot period with the 13 standard adult high school diploma programs; To see the MDE-ABE policy on adult diplomas, visit the Policy section of this website and open the Adult Diploma policy.
Adult Diploma. Most dropout recovery programs focus on helping students who have left school in the past few months or years. Yet there are more than 28 million adults in the United States without a high school diploma. That’s why, across the country, Graduation Alliance partners with state agencies to facilitate Adult High School Diploma.