Resources for Students and Partners:
The OACE school calendar provides information about the current school year from July 1 through June 30. The information includes class session schedules, professional development schedules, holidays and scheduled recess. Click here for a copy of the OACE calendar. OACE Flyer and Program InformationTo obtain a copy of a flyer about OACE’s programs, please select one of the following languages:
This pamphlet includes information on OACE's programs, partnerships, student demographics, class locations, and contact information. There are two versions of the pamphlet, which is currently only available in English. To view or download the pamphlet in PDF format, click here. To print the pamphlet as a foldable booklet, select "booklet printing" from "Page Scaling" in your Print Setup.
Maps of OACE SitesTo obtain a map of OACE’s programs, please select one of the following links, which will open as a PDF:Map of all OACE sites (citywide)Map of OACE Bronx sitesMap of OACE Brooklyn sitesMap of OACE Manhattan sitesMap of OACE Queens sitesMap of OACE Staten Island sitesAll of OACE’s sites are now included on the NYCity Map, a comprehensive, searchable online map managed by the NYC Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications. The map can be searched by address, zip code, intersection, place of interest, borough block lot, community district or City Council district. To learn more about how to find an OACE site on the NYCityMap, please click here.Certiport Testing Information
OACE is a certified Certiport testing facility for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) and the Internet and Computing Core Certification (IC3) industry exams. Please contact one of the following OACE sites for additional information:Brooklyn Adult Learning Center (BALC)475 Nostrand AvenueBrooklyn, NY 11216 718-638-2635
Mid-Manhattan Adult Learning Center (MMALC)212 West 120th StreetNew York, NY 10027 212-666-1919 or 212-666-1920
Click here to access the Certiport website.GED TESTING INFORMATION
All GED applications or inquires for exams administered by DOE must be submitted to:
GED Central Processing Unit212 West 120th StreetNew York, NY 10027 212-666-1919 ext. 1088Hours of operation:Mon-Fri 8AM - 5PM
Manhattan School (335) 317 West 52nd StreetNew York, NY 10019
Brooklyn Adult Learning Center (063)475 Nostrand AvenueBrooklyn, NY 11216
Bronx Adult Learning Center (185)3450 E Tremont AvenueBronx, NY 10465
Flushing High School (373)35-01 Union StreetFlushing, NY 11354
New Dorp High School (412)465 New Dorp LaneStaten Island, NY 10306
Downtown Brooklyn Access (297)67-69 Schermerhorn StreetBrooklyn, NY 11201
Mid-Manhattan Adult Learning Center (291)212 West 119th StreetNew York, NY 10027
Click here to access the New York State GED website.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)To obtain a copy of OACE’s frequently asked questions (FAQ’s), please select one of the following languages:
The Literacy Assistance Center (LAC) is an organization dedicated to supporting and promoting the expansion of quality literacy services in New York. One of their core services is referrals for adult students who want to find free classes in reading, writing, learning English or obtaining their GED.
Resources for Teachers and Administrators:
ASISTSThe Adult Student Information System & Technical Systems (ASISTS) is the Literacy Assistance Centers web-based system data management system for New York State adult literacy programs. The system maintains student information for all students enrolled in the OACE programs.EMPower Resources
Visit the EMPower website.Equipped for the Future (EFF) Resources
Four Purposes for Learning
Personal Goals Checklist
Goal Setting in Adult Education
Setting SMART Goals
What are My Goals?
Why Learn English/Earn A GED?
Click here to download the guide as a PDF (please note: this is a 5 MB document, and may take some time to download.)
OACE Administrative Documents & Links
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