GED/GEDi Collective Intelligence Group

GED-I and GED summary

 
 
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Re: GED-I and GED summary
by Kirsten Fuglseth - Wednesday, 1 April 2009, 12:50 PM
 

Concerning the following comment in the post:

"Believe GED can now be used to show a level change.  Check with program managers."

I believe what you are thinking about is the following situations:

Completion of the High ASE Level is attainment of a secondary credential or passing the GED tests.  Per Todd Wagner, this means you CAN have a level change for students who complete the High ASE Level in the following situations:

1) The student had an Entry level of High Secondary Ed (determined by a pre-test) AND successfully complete the entire GED battery or earned a high school diploma. 

  • The number of level changes would be "1".
  • The Exit level would be High Secondary Ed (since there is no higher level available).

2) During the academic year, the student had an Entry level BELOW High Secondary Ed (determined by a pre-test) AND had a post-test that showed he progressed to be working in the High Secondary Ed level AND successfully completed the entire GED battery or earned a high school diploma.

  • The number of level changes would be "2 or more".
  • The exit level would be High Secondary Ed (since there is no higher level available).