Minnesota ABE | Minnesota Adult Basic Education

Minnesota Adult Basic Education (ABE) is a state-wide system that serves approximately 65,000 adults annually. ABE students are working towards a high school credential, learning English, improving basic skills such as literacy and math, and/or preparing for post-secondary education or employment.

ATLAS ABE Teaching & Learning Advancement System

Adult Basic Education Teaching and Learning Advancement System.


Who we are | Minnesota Literacy Action Network

Literacy Action Network is a statewide professional membership organization whose mission is to develop, improve, and expand adult literacy services by coordinating public policy advocacy, fostering statewide collaboration, facilitating professional development, and supporting quality Adult Basic Education (ABE).

Webinar Materials and Recordings

MNABE Distance Learning

ABE teachers who have completed DL 101 and want to further develop their distance learning skills can apply to join DL 102.

Minnesota Literacy Council

Life-changing literacy services for kids, youth and adults in Minnesota.

PANDA – Minnesota Adult Basic Education Disability

Providing Minnesota Adult Basic Education programs with disability support, knowledge and resources to increase academic opportunities for students.

Northstar Digital Literacy Assessment

About the project. The Northstar Digital Literacy Project defines basic skills needed to perform tasks on computers and online. The ability of adults to perform these tasks can be assessed through online, self-guided modules.

Northstar Learning Guide – Guides at Saint Paul

This guide contains instructional materials designed to help learners build the basic computer skills defined by the Northstar Digital Literacy Assessments.

TABE Tests of Adult Basic Education

TABE Brochure
TABE® 11&12 is a renowned, academic-based, nationwide assessment that provides valid and reliable measurement of the skills that adults need to succeed, both on the job and in life.

Math – Test-Taking – Cuesta College

How to Reduce Test Anxiety
To reduce math test anxiety, you need to understand both the relaxation response and how negative self-talk undermines your abilities.