"It’s hard to make a good living without a
high school diploma, not to mention higher education or training in a
trade. But how do you go back to school if you’re hungry, homeless or
have small children and no child care?" according to Ann Butler,
Herald staff writer.
|GED students surround Durango Adult Education Center instructor Mary Mullen, right, as she conducts a science lab experiment. The center will hold a graduation ceremony Wednesday for the eight students who passed their GED tests this fall. |
Photo: The Durango Herald
The Durango Adult Education Center will hold its December 2015 graduation at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Durango Public Library, 1900 East Third Ave. The graduation speaker will be Luke Perkins, a 2005 DAEC graduate who is now a senior at Fort Lewis College majoring in history and editor-in-chief of the Independent.
To learn more about the high school equivalency tests:
Sample questions on a free GED practice test are available at www.gedtestingservice.com/educators/freepracticetest.
Visit www.tasctest.com to learn more about the Test Assessing Secondary Completion.
Visit http://hiset.ets.org/ to learn more about the High School Equivalency Test.
Source: The Durango Herald