Not all states receptive to high-tech overhaul of GED

01/6/2014 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The move to a computer-only General Educational Development test has led to some competition for the 71-year-old exam, which has long been the measure of high-school equivalency for students who leave school before graduation. At least nine states have dropped the GED altogether and others are offering multiple options. California education officials are weighing options for the test, which is taken by 57,000 people a year.

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