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Originally published: 2013-02-22 12:02:48
Last modified: 2013-02-22 12:02:48

MCC prepares students for GED transition, plans for adult high school

Matthew Hundley / (matthew.hundley@averyjournal.com)

Big changes are coming to the GED program, and Mayland Community College is taking steps to make sure students get what they need, according to Steve Gunter, dean of the Basic Skills and GED program at MCC.
Gunter explained that a 10-year GED cycle will end in December 2013, and that transition will bring many changes to content, testing and fees.

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