GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction

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    Programs that provide instruction for adults and eligible minors who have elected to take a series of tests which measure the extent to which they have gained the knowledge, skills and understanding ordinarily acquired through a high school education. Instruction and testing focus on writing, social studies, science, reading and mathematics. Individuals who pass the tests receive a high school equivalency certificate.

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    Adult/Continuing EducationThe adult education classes are free for all adults ages 21 and over and SCSD students beyond mandated attendance age. Washington Irving’s classes follow the school district calendar and offer a 6-week summer program. GED and ESL classes are also available.SchenectadyWASHINGTON IRVING - ADULT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION CENTERSCHENECTADY SCHOOL DISTRICT
    EducationThe BOCES Adult Education program provides classes and home study options for adult students wanting to improve their literacy skills and/or prepare for the GED exam. WashingtonADULT EDUCATION PROGRAMWASHINGTON-SARATOGA-WARREN-HAMILTON-ESSEX BOARD OF COOPERATIVE EDUCATIONAL SERVICES (BOCES)
    Education ServicesQuestar III offers GED classes and home study (GRASP-Giving Rural Adults a Study Program) for those wishing to earn a GED. For those interested in earning an actual high school diploma, the National External Diploma Program (NEDP) is available. Classes in Adult Basic Education (ABE) and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) are also offered. In addition, Questar III offers youth programs.RensselaerADULT EDUCATION (GED AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION)QUESTAR III BOCES
    Education ServicesServing 176 adults from a nine county region. Provide continuing education in GED and Pre-GED education, vocational skills, life skills, social skills and recreational education.SchenectadyADULT EDUCATION PROGRAMSWILDWOOD PROGRAMS
    Education ServicesThe Alternative Learning Center, formerly the Adult Learning Center, provides a variety of programs that run from September through June and otherwise follow the City School District of Albany's school calendar vacation days. Alternative Learning Center programs include: Middle School Alternative Program (MsAP), Tutorial Opportunities for Students (TOPS), High School Transition Program, and Student GED program. AlbanyALTERNATIVE LEARNING CENTERCITY SCHOOL DISTRICT OF ALBANY
    Education ServicesInstruction is provided to prepare students to take the GED exam. SchenectadyGED INSTRUCTION/SEX TRADE WORKERS/AT RISK YOUTHSAFE INC OF SCHENECTADY
    Education ServicesThe Outreach Center’s GED preparatory tutoring is designed for adults who have a strong desire to take and pass the GED test. A team of volunteer tutors works weekly with students focusing on developing the skills needed to pass the exam. The Outreach Center provides the tutors and some materials, all you need is enthusiasm.WarrenGED TUTORINGADIRONDACK COMMUNITY OUTREACH CENTER
    Education ServicesThrough a partnership between COI and the Hudson City School District and collaborations with other local education and community-based programs, the Hudson Family Literacy Program offers literacy services to district families. This program supports and guides adult and adolescent learners as they meet their educational and vocational goals. It also helps to develop the home as a learning environment for everyone in the family. Services for children include an early childhood classroom experience, an after school program, monthly Family Night and summer activities. This program is available to residents of the Hudson City School District. Adult and adolescent learners participate in English Language classes, High School Equivalency Programs, and Vocational Training. Hudson Family Literacy offers both home and center based services. Income eligibility guidelines must be met. Parent and community volunteers are welcome. Volunteers currently assist with childcare, tutoring, and special events. ColumbiaHUDSON FAMILY LITERACY PROGRAMCOLUMBIA OPPORTUNITIES
    Education ServicesProvides supportive education services for adults with mental illness, to achieve educational goals.ClintonLEARNING UNLIMITEDBEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES NORTH (BHSN)
    Education ServicesInstruction is provided to prepare students in shelter to take the GED exam.WarrenTUTORING/GED PREPARATIONWAIT HOUSE
    Education/Training ServicesSince January 2014, the high school equivalency exam in New York State is called the TASC, the Test Assessing Secondary Completion. EOC’s academic program provides instruction to prepare individuals to pass the TASC. Students receive instruction in English, mathematics, social studies, science, study skills, and test-taking techniques. Students also are provided with the opportunity to use computer-based programs and activities to help them prepare for the exam. RensselaerHSE PREPARATIONCAPITAL DISTRICT EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY CENTER
    Food/Clothing/Furniture Distribution ServicesRegular GED classes are held every Tuesday at 5:00 PMRensselaerST. JOHN’S/ST. ANN’S OUTREACH CENTER – GED PROGRAMCATHOLIC CHARITIES TRI-COUNTY SERVICES
    GED InstructionThe Gloversville Public Library has GED classes offered through Hamilton, Fulton and Montgomery BOCES at the library. Call Alternative Education-Adult Services at (518) 736-4340 for information. Note 1: Small fees for copying in black and white. Some interlibrary loans are fee-based depending on request. Note 2: Most services no charge. Open to the general public. Some service may be limited to residents in Fulton, Montgomery, Schenectady, or Schoharie Counties. Overdue fines are accrued if materials are lost or not returned on time.BroomeGED CLASSESGLOVERSVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    Youth Enrichment ServicesPrograms for young adults aged 18-24 of all skill/education levels providing GED instruction (if needed), training in green construction, EMT/Nursing Assistant, advanced weatherization, other career tracks.SchenectadyCAREER DEVELOPMENT SERVICESNORTHEAST PARENT AND CHILD SOCIETY

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