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Developing Adults’ Numerate Thinking: Getting Out From Under the Workbooks

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2007

 In this article, the author makes a case for substantive change in how and what we teach in mathematics. She describes the primary use of student workbooks to prepare for GED and explains why...

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GED Career Bridge to Hospitality Curriculum (All sections)

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2007
The curriculum includes several sections to integrate GED studies with the hospitality industry.
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More Than Rules: College Transition Math Teaching for GED Graduates at the City University of New York

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2009
This paper describes how the College Transition Program (CTP) has attempted to strengthen GED graduates’ transition into The City University of New York (CUNY) through a semester of reading, writing...
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The New England ABE-To-College Transition Project Evaluation Report

2005
This resource evaluates the College Transition Project, a comprehensive college transition model that aims to bridge the gap between GED-level and college-level academic work through direct...
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The College Enrollment Behavior of Young Adult High School Dropouts, GED Holders, and High School Graduates with Regular Diplomas in the United States: 2000–2010

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2012
This resource compares college enrollment among high school dropouts, GED holders, and high school graduates from 2000 to 2010. 
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The Impacts of the GED Credential and Regular High School Diploma on the Employment, Unemployment, Weekly and Annual Earnings, and Income Experiences of Native-Born Adults (16-74) in the U.S. in 2000, 2009, and 2010

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2012
This resource analyzes the effects of the GED and high school diploma on several socioeconomic factors. 
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The Labor Force Behaviors, Labor Market Experiences, and Labor Market Outcomes of the Nation’s Adults with No Post-Secondary Education, 2000-2010: Differences in Outcomes Between High School Dropouts, GED Holders, and High School Graduates

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2012
This resource analyzes the financial outcomes of several socioeconomic groups: high school dropouts, GED holders, and high scohol graduates. 
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