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Services include: • single and multi-day training workshops • intensive institutes • online training courses • individualized technical assistance • special interest networking ("provider") groups • publications and materials dissemination • library collections • an annual fall conference Credential Requirements for Adult Educators in Illinois To teach adult education classes funded by the Illinois Community College Board, there are three minimum state requirements: • Hold a Bachelor’s degree • Complete the free New Teacher Orientation (NTO) online course within six months of hire (see ALRC Online Professional Development Catalog for details) • Complete 8 hours of professional development each fiscal year (July 1 – June 30) Each organization may have additional requirements.Commonly, a master's degree in Adult Education, Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) or another related field is preferred, along with teaching experience.

All of the ALRC’s professional development activities are based on addressing instruction for the state’s content standards for ABE/ASE Language Arts, ABE/ASE Mathematics, and ESL.

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was established by the Crime Reduction Act (Public Act 96-0761) to provide financial incentives to local jurisdictions for programs that allow diversion of non-violent offenders from state prisons by providing community-based services.

Grants are provided to counties, groups of counties, and judicial circuits to increase programming in their areas, in exchange for reducing the number of people they send to the Illinois Department of Corrections.