Durango Adult Education Center helps students succeed in school and life

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Durango Adult Education Center helps students succeed in school and life

Students at the Durango Adult Education Center pursue their GED's.

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The Durango Adult Education Center will hold its December 2015 graduation at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Durango Public Library, 1900 East Third Ave. The graduation speaker will be Luke Perkins, a 2005 DAEC graduate who is now a senior at Fort Lewis College majoring in history and editor-in-chief of the Independent.
To learn more about the high school equivalency tests:
Sample questions on a free GED practice test are available at www.gedtestingservice.com/educators/freepracticetest.
Visit www.tasctest.com to learn more about the Test Assessing Secondary Completion.
Visit hiset.ets.org to learn more about the High School Equivalency Test.

Durango Adult Education Center helps students succeed in school and life

GED students surround Durango Adult Education Center instructor Mary Mullen, right, as she conducts a science lab experiment. The center will hold a graduation ceremony Wednesday for the eight students who passed their GED tests this fall.
A student passes a test tube to Durango Adult Education Center instructor Mary Mullen during a science lab. The center has redesigned its curriculum to help students pass the GED exam, which was rewritten in 2014. Students focus on just two subjects at a time, which makes passing the test sections more likely.
Durango Adult Education Center instructor Mary Mullen discusses the measurement of volume and mass to students pursuing their GED diplomas. The GED test, which was rewritten in 2014, requires higher scientific and mathematical reasoning skills.
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