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Knoxville High School (Tennessee) - Wikipedia tennessee adult ed in the 1920s

Knoxville High School was a public high school in Knoxville, Tennessee, that operated from The building was more recently used for adult education programs offered by Knox County Schools. Enrollment grew to just over 2, in the early s and reached a peak of about 2, around the beginning of World War II.

Adult Literacy in Tennessee: An Analysis by Gender, Age, and Race Adult education migrated to and evolved in the United States in the s. Cercone.

Historians studying the status of higher education in Tennessee in the closing years . In the mids, when Southwestern Presbyterian University moved to Memphis, . Community colleges provide courses for adults who want to improve .