Topic: Educational Testing Service
States drop GED, which will be available in the future only on computer. It's a historic shift away from the test that set the standard for high school equivalency certification for more than 70 years.
States drop GED: Some 40 states and the District of Columbia may drop the GED due to rising costs. New York, Montana, and New Hampshire have already made the switch to an alternative high school equivalency exam.
Six high school students in Great Neck, N.Y., are facing misdemeanor charges for allegedly paying $1,500 to $2,500 to Samuel Eshaghoff to take the SAT for them. Is the pressure to succeed too great?
09/28/2011 05:09 pm
Facing high unemployment, millennials draw resilience from flexible goals, tech savvy, and parental cushions. Will these supports help them emerge strong from the economic downturn?
04/23/2010 12:30 pm
The Garden State has narrowed gaps between white and black fourth-graders in both reading and math scores, according to a new analysis by the Education Department.
07/14/2009 01:00 am