Kentucky Adult Education

Education
4:18 pm
Fri May 31, 2013

Free GED Testing Available for Region

Credit kyae.ky.gov

If you've been thinking about getting your GED, but haven't been able to do so yet, the Kentucky Adult Education Council on Postsecondary Education is making this opportunity available for free through July 31. On Sounds Good, Kate Lochte speaks with GED Administrator Jacqueline Korengal about how to take GED testing. 

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Education
7:14 am
Fri April 5, 2013

Grant Available for Kentucky Adult Students

Credit newgre.org

Kentucky higher education officials say some adult students may be eligible for student aid known as the Go Higher Grant with awards as much as $1,000.

The grants are for students 24 or older who are enrolled less than half-time at a participating Kentucky college or university and are seeking their first undergraduate degree.

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Education
8:45 am
Thu December 13, 2012

GED to Undergo Drastic Changes in 2014

The GED is set to undergo drastic changes in 2014. Most pressing is that the cost of taking the exam will double from $60 to $120 beginning in January.  ACE2 Adult Education Direct Cris Crowley tells The Madisonville Messenger although Madisonville Community College currently covers $40 of the fee he’s concerned since more than 90 percent of adult education students in Hopkins County are at or below the poverty level.

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Education
7:16 am
Fri October 12, 2012

Community College to Return State Funding for Adult Education Program

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West Kentucky Community & Technical College will return state funding after the school inaccurately reported adult education testing scores. 

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Education
8:06 am
Thu October 11, 2012

Adult Student Testing Practices Cost Community College

Inaccurate reporting of testing scores from McCracken County’s adult education program has allowed West Kentucky Community and Technical College to get more money from the Commonwealth than it was qualified to receive. Kentucky adult education officials found student testing practices at WKCTC were not in compliance with state and federal policies and established ethical standards. Kentucky’s Adult Education agency requires the programs it funds to administer tests establishing a baseline education level teachers can plan around.