The 2003 National Assessment of Adult Literacy is a nationally representative assessment of English literacy among American adults age 16 and older. Sponsored by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), NAAL is the nation's most comprehensive measure of adult literacy since the 1992 National Adult Literacy Survey (NALS). 38 21 12 18 42 ADULT LITERACY in America A First Look at the Findings of the National Adult Literacy Survey U.S. Department of Education Office of Educational Research and Improvement NCES 1993–275Cited by: 333.
Literacy Statistics from the National Adult Literacy Survey. What is the National Adult Literacy Survey? The National Adult Literacy Survey (NALS) is a comprehensive study of adult literacy conducted in 1992 by the Educational Testing Service on behalf of the U.S. Department of Education. The National Adult Literacy Survey profiled the literacy of U.S. adults based on their performance on tasks reflecting materials and demands of daily life. Data were gathered through interviews with a random sample of 13,600 people over 16, a survey of 1,000 adults in each of 12 states, and interviews with 1,100 prison inmates, making a total of 26,000 adults surveyed.Cited by: 980.
Sep 22, 2014 · National Adult Literacy Survey September 22, 2014 The NCES chart below indicates that at least 32 % of all fourth grade students in the U.S. are “below basic that is they cannot read at all. The National Reporting System (NRS) for Adult Education and Literacy is a performance and financial reporting system designed to collect aggregate statewide data from formula grantees on an annual basis. It reflects the requirements of the Adult Education and Family Literacy Act (AEFLA), Title II of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.
National Assessment of Adult Literacy/Health Literacy. In 2003, the U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics conducted the NAAL. The goal of this national study was to assess the status of English adult literacy in the United States since Cited by: 99. During the National Adult Literacy Survey (NALS), trained staff interviewed nearly 1,150 inmates in 80 federal and state prisons that had been randomly selected to represent prisons across the country. Survey participants completed diverse literacy tasks and answered questions regarding demographic characteristics, educational background, and reading practices.Cited by: 23.
ADULT LITERACY in America: A First Look at the Results of the National Adult Literacy Survey by Irwin S. Kirsch, Ann Jungeblut, Lynn Jenkins, and Andrew Kolstad, Educational Testing Service, 1993. To order the report, call the U.S. Government Printing Office Order Desk at 202-783-3238. Adult literacy students guide and inform our work. Here you can learn about how you can get involved as well as our latest news, events and services for students.