GED

  • 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....
  • 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 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....
  • 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 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....
  • 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 Schools
    The General Education Development (GED) tests were developed in during World War II to allow war veterans to receive high school diploma equivalency quickly. These credentials were vital to re-enterin....