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GED Program Overview

2022 GED Conference: Imagine the Possibilities

The GED Testing Service Annual Conference is back —in person! Join us on July 13-15, 2022, at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis. Join us for inspiration by adult education thought leaders, innovations in teaching and testing strategies, workshops with the experts, networking sessions, and much more!

Why GED?

For more than 75 years, the GED has been a path to a better future for millions, the only high school equivalency program with proven outcomes and accepted by virtually all U.S. colleges and employers.

College Readiness

GED students who attain scores on any subject within the College Ready or College Ready + Credit score levels may be eligible for college credit or certain exemptions.

Workforce Development

The GED program ensures you are preparing learners for positive outcomes. In line with the expectations of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), our program includes robust reporting capabilities, career resources, college ready score levels, employer partnerships and more.

GEDWorks™ Program

GEDWorks™ is the official employer-sponsored GED program, designed to give employers a stake in their employees’ future.

In Session Blog

Get the latest news and updates from the GED program.