As Ohio adds the HiSET & TASC exams, what does this mean for adult educators? Come find out.
In January 2016, the GED Test changed its scores from pass/fail, to three different levels: 175 College Ready + Credit 165 College Ready 145 Pass: High School Equivalency Study to earn College Credit with your GED Test scores! The new GED College Ready Plus Credit is a recommendation for colleges & universities to accept a GED... Continue Reading →
Thanks for coming! I am Meagen Farrell, author of Teaching Adults: A GED® Test Resource Book available from New Readers Press, and previously National Teacher Trainer for GED Academy (among other products offered by Essential Education). Looking to pass the GED® Test, or to help someone study? You've come to the right place! Below you will find a collection of... Continue Reading →
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Our activity will use a sampler of the Essential Math Skills workbook.
Yesterday, I had the chance to repeat a shorter version of my COABE session on the GED Social Studies Extended Response as the monthly webinar for Tuesdays with Essential Education. And we recorded it this time! In both sessions, I focused on enduring issues as a way to engage students in the Great Conversation. Enduring... Continue Reading →