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GED Test Changes in 2014

It may seem crazy to be thinking about 2014 right now, but learners preparing to take the GED already are.  In January 2014, a new version of the GED test will be released and will include some major changes.  Most notably, the new test will be administered solely on computers and will include new technology-enhanced question types.  Learners will need to be able to scroll down a page, drag-and-drop answers to a graph or chart, navigate between tabs to read passages, type two short answers and two extended responses, copy and paste from passages into typed response areas, and select answers or symbols from a drop-down menu.  If your learner does ...

The Man Who Always Wished That He Could Read & Other Poems

Happy National Poetry Month!  In its honor, we wanted to share a couple of poems that our learners have written for our In Our Words books over the years.  Enjoy! The Man Who Always Wished That He Could Read by James B. Martin I'm wishing upon a star, No matter where you are. I'm wishing upon a dream So far away it seems. Now that I can read, The dream has come true. My Best Friend is a Dog by Vanory Askew He's happy, fast, and smart He takes me everywhere He'll never break my heart He listens to me read He never judges me He knows I go to school Someday I will succeed World Peace by Phatsanphon Chinwong Wish everywhere, there was no war Or ...