Adult Education Dismantled 

Just two years ago, Oakland schools taught English and basic literacy skills to more than 25,000 adults annually. Next year, it might not help any.

Oakland is the seventh largest recipient of adult education funding in California, but its once plentiful slate of programs has been almost entirely decimated. Millions of dollars that were once earmarked for adult education have been redirected to fund K-12 programs, a…

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