Some of you may recall the news that there is a new GED (General Educational Development) test in town.
The GED Testing Service, a non-profit, administered the old GED and decided what content was included. The GED was well known as a decent replacement for a high school diploma for any student who dropped out of high school before graduating. Students could go to school, catch up on their education, study and most could successfully pass the GED. This would help them find jobs, better jobs, get into college, and generally move their lives forward.
But then, in 2014 the GED was privatized and is now owned by Pearson, a […]