Remote ESOL Case Study: Reimagining the Work of Adult Education to Succeed in Challenging Times

This case study features the Ronald M. Hubbs Center for Lifelong Learning, the adult basic education (ABE) program of the Saint Paul Public Schools’ Community Education Department. The Hubbs Center works together with area community-based organizations as part of the Saint Paul Community Literacy Consortium, a collaboration of agencies throughout Saint Paul that provide literacy services to adults. Hubbs Center is located in the heart of Saint Paul’s Frogtown–Midway communities, historically a port of entry for Southeast Asian immigrants and refugees.

This case study highlights the Hubbs Center's remote ESOL program design during COVID and student onboarding and persistence supports. It also highlights teachers' approaches, including their curriculum process chart, digital learning and supports for children's basic needs, among others, while also providing indicators for effectiveness. 

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