The National Reporting System for Adult Education (NRS) is an outcome-based reporting system for the State-administered, federally funded adult education program.
Adult Education for Success
The National Reporting System for Adult Education (NRS) is the accountability system for the Federally funded adult education program, authorized by Section 212 of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). The NRS includes the WIOA primary indicators of performance, measures that describe adult education students and their program participation, methodologies for collecting performance data, and program reporting procedures.
Learn more about the NRS, adult education data management, ways to use data to improve adult learning opportunities, and training and technical assistance that are available to states.
Training and Online Materials
The NRS provides technical assistance and training to States in ways that best meet the needs of State and Local program providers to improve data quality, increase data use for program development, develop data systems, and more. Select one of the topic areas (icons) below to learn more.
Explore featured resources related to WIOA and the NRS including: state guidance, reporting, and external WIOA resources.
Federal Register Notice: A notice announcing tests suitable in the National Reporting System for adult education was published in the Federal Register on September 23, 2022. Check out the notice here.
Statistical Adjustment Model: Information on the Adult Education and Literacy Act (WIOA Title II) statistical adjustment model can be found on the new Statistical Adjustment Model webpage here.
NRS 2022 Targeted Training: Thank you to Kentucky, Alabama, Kansas, Indiana, Oregon, California, Idaho, and New York for their participation in the NRS targeted training: Journey to Enrollment—From Concept to Action. The materials from the training have been posted to the website. Check out the materials here.