We’re six weeks away from the 2018 GED Testing Service Annual Conference in San Diego and we can’t wait to see all of you and share the latest updates about the GED program.
We’re now in the fifth year of the “new” GED® test. What a long way we have come since we first introduced the idea back in 2009 of a new test edition aligned with college and career readiness content!
Thanks to all of you for making the third annual GED Grad Day celebration a huge success!
News, updates and promotions for June 2018:
The list of tools students can use to prepare for the GED test subjects continues to grow and we’re here to help you determine what new study tools, created by GED Testing Service and partners, may be best for your students and classroom.
Still thinking about whether or not to join Cohort 3 of Train the Trainer at the Annual Conference in San Diego?
Georgia Mathews earned her GED after dropping out of high school as a teenage mother. Mathews is now the Director of Admissions for East Georgia State College in Swainsboro, Georgia.
It’s graduation season and our annual virtual celebration of GED graduates is back on May 16th!
In a Q&A with Jeff Arnott, Director of Adult and Community Education for Brevard Public Schools and COABE Region 3 Board Representative, we learn more about how he has created successful partnerships in his community.
Did you know that last year alone, students took the GED test in more than 85 countries in order to earn a credential and enter a college or university?