N.Y. students may get paid to help craft new GED tests

05/24/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

About 1,200 graduating high-school seniors in New York state are being sought as paid volunteers to take a new General Educational Development test being developed by CTB/McGraw-Hill. Under the plan, schools would receive $80 per student who takes the seven-hour exam, with state recommending that each student receive $70.

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