Whether you are 18 or 80 years of age, if you would like to enrich your live with a General Educational Development diploma (GED), YOU can start making plans to take courses in Dushore in April 2018. This diploma which is considered equal to a high school diploma can open the world towards new avenues of employment with the possibility of higher income, as well as having the opportunity to pursue higher levels of education: college or technical schools, or the pride of accomplishment that goes along with the diploma.
The Sullivan County Library in Dushore and the Bradford /Wyoming Co Literacy Program, a proud partner of the United Way of Bradford County, will cooperate by offering GED classes to interested students. Classes will be conducted at the Library and students can call 570-928-9352 to register.
The GED consists of five different test sections: Social Studies, Science, Reading, Mathematics and Writing. A trained tutor will assist the students as a facilitator and provide necessary texts. While these courses are no charge to the students, a commitment of time and energy is necessary for successful completion.
Students will be pre-tested to gauge their competency level so as to personalize the lessons. It may be that some students may wish to focus only on certain sections or computer training, or English as a second language. This can be discussed in the interview.