EAGLE seeks to recognize and spotlight adult learners who have returned to the classroom for study in basic education skills, preparation for the General Educational Development test for a high school equivalency diploma, and/or English as a Second Language.
What does GEDT stand for?
GEDT stands for General Educational Development Test
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Angela Lunn-Marcustre, General Educational Development Test chief examiner, presided over the ceremony and Jeremiah Riordon, assistant vice president of workforce development, welcomed the graduates.
Widely recognized as the equivalent to a high school diploma, the General Educational Development test, or GED, is as critical as ever for high school dropouts, particularly minorities.
But by then, she had lost out on half a year of study at the high school, and was told she'd either have to repeat 12th grade or take the General Educational Development Tests to earn a high school equivalency, or GED, diploma.
WASHINGTON In response to concerns that students who passed the GED still lacked basic skills, the American Council on Education (ACE) in 2002 issued a new General Educational Development test series designed to be more rigorous in certain sections.