Increased Earning Potential
Grads report high job satisfaction with employment they obtain after earning their GED®. That’s because the critical thinking skills they develop through the GED® program better prepare them for today’s job market.
GED grads are more likely to be employed at 6 and 12 months
Graduates earn on average $200 more a week than non-high school grads
Graduates have an average 2% lower unemployment rate than non-high school grads
Data is essential to implementing WIOA. The GED® program helps ensure student progress is measurable at all stages, from inquiring about GED® prep classes to scores on the GED® test. We have developed and continue to develop tools for educators to monitor student performance. Tools like:
GED® Score Reports
These provide students and teachers comprehensive information about how to be successful on the GED® test.
GED Analytics™ provides data in real time, with a wealth of new categories of data that can be filtered for one-time reports or to create dashboards. GED Analytics™ can help educators understand better where programs are succeeding or may need additional assistance.
A new tool that helps make local GED® prep and adult ed programs more visible to adult learners, as students perform better when they have a teacher in their corner. GEDPrep Connect™ is also tied to GED Manager™, which allows programs to recruit and manage students and view student scores.