During the forty-three (43) years since 1964, when the Commission of Professors of Adult Education (CPAE) was established, adult education scholars around the globe have achievements in the Field of Adult Education. Some of these findings have developed into trends which had special significance for a historic occasion of the Commission on international Adult Education (CIAE) Pre-Conference of the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) Conference which included adult educators from various countries around the world in late 2006. These trends emerged during the opening years of the twenty-first (21st) century. A few of these trends are presented here.
National Association for Lay Ministry (NALM), 7th Annual Institute for Ministry Formation Directors in Conjunction with the joint National Association for Lay Ministry and the National Association for Church Personnel Administrators Conference
Henschke, John, "Trends in Adult Education" (2007). Adult Education Faculty Works. 196.
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