If you are self-motivated and self-directed and want to study for your GED at home, then distance education might be your ticket to success. In order to be eligible, you must score at least 518 scale score on the TABE (Test for Adult Basic Education) in reading.
Distance learning is offered via Internet programs such as Skillstutor, PlatoWeb, Aztec, and McGraw-Hill GED Online. If you do not have a computer or Internet service at your home, then we have a video series titled GED Connections that will help prepare you for the GED.
In order to stay in the program, you will be asked to sign a contract stating you will obtain 20 hours of instruction per month and return to the adult education center to post-test on the TABE.
If you are interested in the distance learning program, call Jennifer Black at 870-584-4471 ext. 1135 for more information.