At the Abisi Adult Education Center, we frequently hear comments like: "I should never have quit school." "I am too old to go back to school." "My English is not good enough." "I am not good at math" or "I don’t understand what I read.”
You’re never too old to help yourself! You are important! Take advantage of the opportunity for you to earn your high school credential or to improve your English language skills. Many doors will open to you once you return to school.
Our classes are FREE to adult residents of the Greater Lowell area, thanks to funding from Lowell Public Schools and the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
We hope to see you soon – you owe it to yourself!
With warm regards,
Betty McKiernan, Director
Abisi Adult Education Center
About the Director:
Betty became the Director of Abisi Adult Education in September 2012. She has been associated with the program since 1986, as an instructor and grant facilitator. Betty previously served as the Director of the Adult Learning Center and Links Program at Middlesex Community College in Bedford. Prior to that, she taught in several private schools in Lowell. She received her BS in Education from the former Lowell State College, now UMASS Lowell. Betty also serves on the Board of MCAE, the Massachusetts Coalition of Adult Education.