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About McKinely Community School for Adults

"Equal educational opportunity is afforded to all persons regardless of their race, color, sex, national origin, religion or physical or mental challenges."

Adult Education

Adult Education is concerned with life-long learning and programs are designed to accommodate the interests and changing needs of individuals as they seek to expand their knowledge and improve their skills as parents, workers, citizens, and participating members of communities. Adult Education program areas include Naturalization, Adult Basic Education, Adult Secondary Education, Home-Family Education, Cultural-Recreation Program, and Senior Citizens Program.

Act 108 of the 1945 Territorial Legislature (currently Part 1 of Chapter 301 of the Hawai'i Revised Statutes) established the public school adult education program in Hawai'i and assigned it as a responsibility of the Department of Education. The intent of Act 108 was to meet the needs of adults desiring educational assistance for a variety of personal, social, and cultural needs.

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