Throughout the 60 years since the founding of the Center for Family Resources, we have been providing services to support empowerment and positive results in our community. One of these initiatives is the GED® program, which provides preparatory classes that are designed to meet the needs of non-traditional students.
GED is the only nationally recognized high school equivalency credential. The benefits of achieving a GED include economic gain, options to pursue college and a confidence boost that can lead to a more fulfilling life. DYK? U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data from October 2019 shows adults without a high school diploma had median weekly earnings of $606, compared to $749 for high school graduates.
The GED exam includes four separate subject tests in Math, Language Arts, Science and Social Studies, that can be taken separately. The CFR’s preparation program helps students prepare to successfully take the subject tests to earn their GED.
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To learn more about the GED Prep Course contact the CFR. Also, access the Winter edition Newsletter here.