In case you missed it, the AP, the Wall Street Journal and other sources reported late last week that the New York State Education Department has awarded an $8.4 million, three-year contract to CTB/McGraw-Hill to create an exam that will replace the GED as the state’s main high-school equivalency test.
And for more background on how we came to this, check out articles here, here and here.
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