Adult Basic Education & High School EQUIVALENCY
Our Adult Basic Education program prepare students to pass the GED (and other high school equivalency programs) and proceed to college-level work and persist in their post-secondary education goals. Students receive developmental education courses in reading and math, as well as courses in writing and computer literacy, in order to first earn a high school equivalency diploma and then be prepared to enter college, a trade school, or a certificate program. The program also includes extensive academic and support services for students to help them reach their educational goals.
The RI Works ABE & GED/Job Readiness Program is for students who have been referred by the Department of Human Services or the DIIRI Refugee Resettlement Department and who enter with reading levels at the 4th grade and above. Students are provided with instruction in the five GED subjects—reading, writing, math, science and social studies—contextualized around a job readiness curriculum. Students will also be taught computer skills needed to take the new GED tests.
If you would like more information on the these programs, or to schedule testing, contact admissions at (401) 784-8602 or email@example.com.
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