GED Prep Program
The Hartford Public Library offers 2 different options for our GED Prep program:
- Zoom group classes with a teacher, 3 days a week, 2 hours each day. This program will require students to do additional work outside of class time and to have regular attendance. Additional one-on-one tutoring is available to all students on site at the downtown library.
- Independent learning using Essential Education computer software. This route is appropriate for students who are very self-motivated and do not have a significant learning plan. Students in this track will also be encouraged to seek one-on-one tutoring at the downtown library.
Students will need to meet with a GED coach regularly to formulate a learning plan and assess progress. For more information about the GED Prep program please contact Teresa Campbell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The General Education Diploma is one of three possible pathways towards Secondary School Completion in the state of Connecticut.
To find out more information about the 3 possible pathways, please see below.
Adult High School Credit Diploma
Adult High School Credit Diploma (AHSCD): Credits toward a local diploma are obtained through a prescribed plan that requires a minimum of 20 credits in academic and elective areas. Credits for work or military experience, independent study projects and online courses are additional ways to obtain credit.
National External Diploma Program (NEDP)
National External Diploma Program (NEDP): This program is designed for adults who have gained skills through life experiences and demonstrated competence in a particular job, talent or academic area. The NEDP is an online portfolio assessment program that offers no classroom instruction. An adult who successfully completes the portfolio assessment, as required, is awarded a high school diploma.
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