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Continuing education of adults plays a vital role in national development and in promoting political and social change. Ways in which adult education affects political change include: increasing the literacy of adults so that they can become responsible citizens; unifying multilingual, multiracial societies through the teaching of English; improving the adults' ability . Two of the three purposes of adult education practice in the United States identified by Heaney () are allied with maintaining this social structure: (1) bringing learners into conformity with mainstream roles and expectations and (2) developing the best and brightest and validating the privileges of this educated elite.

ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAMME. The Adult Education Programme, which was previously under the purview of the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Community Development now forms an integral unit under the portfolio of programmes and services run by the Ministry of Social Development and Family Services. stemming from a historical identification with spontaneous social movements. Adult education can be approached as a quality emerging through the developing activities of unionism, political parties and social movements such as the women’s movement and anti-colonial movements (see Lovett ).

Education preserves cultures and keeps a record of facts that will be used by future generations. It equips people with skills and tricks to trade to uplift them economically. It also gives them the ability to think, make better decisions and become innovative. Above all, it eradicates ignorance, which is the main stimulus for human stagnation. May 05,  · A number of important thinkers have highlighted the importance of creating space and giving voice to emotion-laden issues within the environments of adult education. Carl Rogers () claimed that education becomes integrated and its outcomes are deeper when the learners are involved with their whole self: feelings, intuition and cognition.