Number of teenagers taking GED grows

05/17/2004 | NYTimes.com

In 2002, 49% of those who earned a GED were teenagers, compared with 33% in 1992. The GED was designed as a degree for adults to earn the equivalent of a high-school diploma, but youths increasingly are turning to the qualification to avoid the increased challenges of high school.

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