[nobe-l] Accessible GED Preparation and Study Materials
Smith, Pauline L
PSmith4 at dmc.org
Wed May 13 15:24:53 UTC 2015
Our program used to have a Braille copy of GED Basics 2002. It was decided to discard it due to being a bit outdated. We still have CD and cassette copies of this book. Are there any updated accessible GED resources for preparation and/or study? We have numerous adult students who do not have their high school diploma. We are trying to find accessible ways for them to study for and take the GED test. The Hadley high school program option has worked for a limited number of our students. Any ideas, tips, and resources would be appreciated.
Pauline Smith, TVI
Visually Impaired Services
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