Why a High School Diploma Program is a Good Alternative for Students Struggling with High School Equivalency Exams

Posted by Daniel Dolph on 2/16/17 3:10 PM

High school equivalency exams are designed for individuals 16 years of age and older who are not in school and no longer eligible to attend high school. These tests give youth and adults the opportunity to demonstrate they possess a level of knowledge and skills equivalent to what is required to earn a high school diploma. If a student passes the test, they earn a state-issued high school equivalency credential, which is necessary to qualify for an increasing majority of jobs in the United States and a prerequisite for enrolling in postsecondary training and education.

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Topics: blended learning, Competency-based education, High School Equivalency, High School Diploma, online high school diploma

 

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