Thursday, September 5, 2013

Change coming in adult education in Indiana

According to an article in Indiana University's newspaper, the Indiana Daily Student, Indiana is one of the first two states to replace the GED with a new test for people without a high school diploma. Beginning January 2014, the GED test will only be offered online which limits access for many along with its price increase. The new test that will be offered in January in Indiana is the Test Assessing Secondary Completion and will be offered on paper and electronically as well as costing about a third of what the GED will charge.

To learn more about this change, please visit the Indiana Department of Workforce Development who oversees Indiana's adult education:

To read the entire article in the IDS, please visit:

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