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Study finds about half of formerly incarcerated people have only a GED or high school diploma

by Renata Sago Oct 31, 2018
The study comes from the Prison Policy Initiative, a nonpartisan group that examines mass incarceration.
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Study finds about half of formerly incarcerated people have only a GED or high school diploma

by Renata Sago Oct 31, 2018
The study comes from the Prison Policy Initiative, a nonpartisan group that examines mass incarceration.
Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Making sure the GED test isn't harder than high school

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jan 26, 2016
The company behind the GED is lowering the test's passing score
The end of high school means a lot of bubbling in answers for students with standardized tests such as the GED, SAT and ACT. The company behind the GED recently announced that they will be lowering the passing mark for students. 
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How the GI Bill created a market for the GED

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jun 23, 2014
Once popular among primarily soldiers, the GED now serves a different demographic

GED was never meant to be second-chance diploma

by Marketplace Contributor Jan 3, 2014
The GED test was set up to help GIs get high school credit when they returned from war.

Challenging new GED exams go all digital

by Emily Hanford Jan 2, 2014
Tests for high school equivalency are getting tougher, and will soon only be offered via computer.

GED test supremacy threatened

by Amy Scott Mar 8, 2013
The best-known high school equivalency test, the GED, is getting its biggest makeover in decades. It’s also facing increased competition.

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