GED

  • Costs Of Distance Learning
    Distance learning is education made available in a correspondence format. That is, individuals can receive the same level of education as traditional students by studying from their own homes. This id....
  • GED Classes
    Individuals who left high school early for personal reasons or simple lack of interest may overlook the importance of a General Education Development (GED) credential. Many college applications requir....
  • High School Alternatives
    Though a vast majority of youths attend secondary schools, some choose to take alternative routes to receiving the mandatory education required to obtain a high school diploma. Some parents, unsatisfi....
  • High School Equivalency
    Whether you dropped out of school or are looking to possibly leave high school early, looking into the GED is imperative for recovering from a missed or skipped high school graduation. The GED, or Gen....
  • GED Home Study
    When the time comes to begin pursuing a career, oftentimes, especially in business-related fields, employers consider applicants with high school diplomas more seriously than those without. Even if th....
  • SACS Accreditation
    In a tight but growing economic market, job opportunities in all sorts of fields are available. However, many of these positions are highly sought after, and the candidates for employment are oftentim....
  • DETC Accreditation
    The Distance and Education Training Council is an agency that manages the accreditation of degrees of all kinds. Founded in 1926, the DETC's goal was to provide a means for individuals to receive a qu....
  • General Equivalency Diplomas
    The most common form of high school diploma equivalency is the GED. Created in 1942 as a way for young war recruits to recover their time lost in high school, the GED serves virtually the same purpose....
  • GED Information
    The purpose of a General Education Development (GED) test is to provide an individual with a high school diploma equivalency. Established in 1942 to help World War II veterans re-enter the workforce w....
  • Finish High School
    There are a surprising number of individuals who do not complete the mandatory high school diplomas required by U.S. educational regulations. However, the chance to finish high school is still widely ....