By JOTF on 7/19/2012
by Andrea Roethke

In 2011, the GED came under new management.  The American Council on Education (ACE), who had been operating the test as a non-profit program, formed a partnership with the testing service Pearson.  Together they created the GED Testing Service, which will now operate the GED as a for-profit venture.

By JOTF on 7/5/2012
by Matt Stubbs

At some point in most of our lives we get an urge or a call to service. Most of us satisfy the urge with a day of volunteering at the local food pantry or a weekend building a house for a needy family. Some go a step further and volunteer regularly or hold annual fundraisers.  A smaller group goes above and beyond the conventional means of service. This group’s involvement can include (but is not limited to) starting their own community association, developing after-school programs, or providing skill training. JumpStart’s instructor, Jack Diehl, fits in that smaller group.

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