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14 States Have Now Changed High School Equivalency Testing

By January 23, 2014

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We are continuing to update the list of states that have switched from GED to another of the new computer-based high school equivalency tests, thanks to help from some of our readers. We added Massachusetts to the list this morning: 14 States Change High School Equivalency Test

The information can be difficult to find in each state's adult education web pages, which is why our list keeps changing. The Massachusetts decision appears in a press release only, not on the adult education pages. So stay tuned, and if you see something we missed, let us know and we'll update our info.

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February 4, 2014 at 11:59 am
(1) Nike Newton says:

Why do we keep on changing curriculums? The Bible, Quaran and Torah are still the same. God is still the same , his standards cannot be compromised. We have not learnt a minuscule of what we are suppose to learn in a life time. There are written curriculums and oral curriculums. I feel that what the government needs to do is to add to curriculums not change them. Nike Newton.

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