The Durango and Cortez Adult Education Centers will follow their respective school districts lead for closures in an attempt to inhibit the spread of the Coronavirus or COVID-19.
The Durango and Cortez Adult Education Centers are working to develop a plan to continue serving students through distance and virtual learning.
Our offices will remain closed to the public through April 17th in accordance with Governor Polis’ executive order. We will re-open when conditions are deemed safe.
This closure includes in-person classes, Pearson Vue testing and all other in-person activity.
If you were scheduled for a Pearson Vue test, Pearson Vue will be contacting you with information on the closure.
Teachers will be contacting students to plan remote learning opportunities.
DAEC is committed to serving our region with exceptional Adult Education, and will continue to be creative in how we do that given our changing situation.
The DURANGO ADULT EDUCATION CENTER (DAEC) will be closed this upcoming week for their regularly scheduled Spring Break (3/16/20-3/20/20) plus two additional days, Monday, 3/23/20 & Tuesday, 3/24/20.
These two additional days (3/23 & 3/24) will be used by staff to formulate a remote-learning plan and communicate with students.
This is the same closure schedule announced by the Durango 9R School District.
The CORTEZ ADULT EDUCATION CENTER (CAEC) will be closed starting Monday, 3/16/20 and will continue the closure through their scheduled Spring Break. They will re-open on Monday 3/30/20. Staff will be communicating educational instructions to students during this time.
This is the same closure announced by the Montezuma-Cortez School District.
Continue to check this website for class and testing closure updates.
Our Mission: Durango Adult Education Center, a caring learning community, fills educational gaps by providing the skills and knowledge necessary for livable wage careers, post-secondary education, and social and economic mobility.
The Durango Adult Education Center (DAEC) provides affordable and effective education to young adults (17) and adults over 18. We equip individuals with the knowledge they need to lead productive lives, allowing them to better contribute to the local economy and the overall health of our communities. The Durango Adult Education Center protects the rights of individuals with disabilities by providing equal access to programs and services. For more information, contact the Accessible Design Coordinator at email@example.com or 970.385.4354 X14. Learn more about why you should study with the DAEC.
Our students come from diverse educational and economic backgrounds and attend the DAEC because we offer:
• Teachers who personally invest in the success of each student
• Small, caring learning environments with updated technology
• A flexible, student-oriented class schedule that adapts to most needs
• Extensive support services including onsite childcare, snacks, career advising,and scholarships
Nearly 300 students each year attend classes at the DAEC. Our success is directly attributed to the many donors who recognize the importance of education in our community and our volunteers who help tutor, teach and assist with office duties and more. Contact us today to learn how to get involved with the DAEC either as a student or a supporter. Or, donate now to become a financial contributor.