Next Week in Cleveland: XPRIZE & CLE-BEE

Support adult literacy by attending an XPRIZE info session or CLE-BEE fundraiser.

New Course: Keys to the 3 HSE Tests

As Ohio adds the HiSET & TASC exams, what does this mean for adult educators? Come find out.

I Took the GED® Test…How Can I Get College Credit?

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 Find more details in the Quick (Unofficial) 2017 GED® Test Update: Only available until June 30, 2017! The new GED College Ready Plus Credit is a recommendation for... Continue Reading →

If I Ran the School: Blended Learning

How would you reach at-risk students who struggled in high school? Consider blended learning to increase outcomes.

As Promised: Quick (Unofficial) 2017 GED® Test Update

Save time with the best free resources for teaching GED Test Prep with "Quick (Unofficial) 2017 GED Test Update"

Building Engaging Lessons for GED® Test Prep

Our goal on Tuesday is to leave with lesson plans ready for the classroom! Let's talk about increasing engagement.

Bigger, Better Writing on the GED Test

Using the GED Academy practice tests and grading rubrics can help improve your writing instruction.

Fun Ways to Teach for the GED® Test

Can you pass the intro to the GED Test quiz? How about create fun lesson plans for GED Test Prep? Find out!

COABE Presentations on the Repository!

COABE 2016 was bigger and better in Texas! Save some trees and get the slides from the repository.

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