Illinois plans to offer high school equivalency alternatives

EDUCATION WEEK | on Wed, Jan 3, 12:46 PM

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — The Illinois Community College Board is planning to roll out several alternative ways people can earn their high school equivalency certificate other than passing a test. The State Journal-Register reports that the board plans to offer the other methods by the fall of 2018 and get more people into the workforce pipeline. Jennifer Foster is the board's deputy director for adult education and workforce. She says 1.2 million people in Illinois don't have a high school eq...

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