During 2017, the number of testers in Corrections facilities grew nationally. Here’s a look at the numbers:
Are you or your students—for that matter—“spooked” by GED Ready score reports?
The new school year can be an exciting time for many adult learners entering the classroom and a fresh start for others continuing their GED journey.
In “Changes You’ve Been Asking for: The RLA Test Screen & Score Reports,” our professional development and assessment teams discussed the format changes in the RLA test that students will see in 2019.
This year we debuted a professional development track that addresses the specific needs of educators teaching and administering the GED test in correctional facilities.
News, updates and promotions for September 2018:
The GEDWorks program is growing and giving more working students the opportunity to earn their GED diploma at no-cost.
Why is there still a need to have a 60-day wait period after a student takes the GED test three times? I wonder if a 30-day wait period would be just as effective, or maybe more effective?
We had a great time in sunny San Diego during this year’s annual conference!
Providing adult educators and administrators with the latest updates on the GED test program and related teaching strategies is top priority at each annual conference.