Up Your Income: Put Cash In Your Hand With A GED

Getting your GED could increase your earnings potential by as much as $8,000.
Little Rock, AR  -- Arkansas Adult Education, a divsion of the Arkansas Department of Career Education is launching "Up Your Income." It's a push to help people who didn't earn their high school diploma earn a General Educational Development (GED.)

Right now, there is no charge to take the GED in Arkansas, but that will soon change in 2014.  Beginning January 1, 2014, the test becomes soley computer based and could cost as much at $120. 

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