This program prepares students to obtain the knowledge and skills necessary to pass the official GED® tests and be awarded a state of Florida High School Diploma and be better prepared for postsecondary education.
This program strives to motivate students not only to obtain a GED® diploma, but to continue their education to earn a postsecondary degree, certificate, or industry certification. Students in this program participate in four content-area assessments: Reasoning through Language Arts, Mathematics Reasoning, Science, and Social Studies.
Integrated programs accelerate students’ progress and make the basic skills component more relevant to their interests and career goals. This model has been shown to help adult learners obtain postsecondary certificates and achieve basic skill gains more quickly than when they are enrolled in traditional adult education programs.
In order to be enrolled in the GED® Integrated course numbers, students must pretest at or above the 9th grade level in at least two content areas (reading, language arts, or mathematics).
Students meeting the eligibility requirements listed below may be simultaneously enrolled in GED® Integrated and a career and technical certificate program offered at a technical center/college or state college. This approach combines the GED® instruction with technical training leading to an initial certificate.
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To be eligible for enrollment in this program and the associated coursework, students must:
- Be 16 years of age or older.
- Have legally withdrawn from elementary or secondary school with the exceptions noted in Rule 6A-6.014, FAC at flrules.org/gateway/ruleno.asp?id=6A-6.014.
- Not hold a State of Florida diploma.
- Be functioning at or above a 9.0 grade level.
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