The Individual Student Alternative Education Plan (ISAEP) Program prepares students at-risk of dropping out of public high school to take the Tests of General Educational Development (GED) while developing career and technical education skills. The ISAEP program fulfills compulsory attendance requirements for students who are between 16-18 years of age.
A student is eligible for enrollment in the ISAEP program if:
· the student is currently enrolled in a public high school;
· is at least 16 years of age;
· is at risk of dropping out of school;
· is not earning the required number of credits at school;
· meets academic entrance requirements; and
· chooses to prepare for the GED Tests.
Student enrollment requirements for the ISAEP program are:
· an initial principal-parent-student (PPS) meeting;
· a student evaluation/assessment;
· a 7.5 grade equivalent or higher on a recognized standardized measure of reading achievement; and
· achievement of a score of 410 or higher on each of the subtests of the Official GED Practice Test (OPT).
· enrollment/completion of a VDOE approved certification course and the Economics and Personal Finance class prior to completion.
Resourceful Websites for GED Practice
Campbell County Public Schools provide free adult education classes to prepare individuals 18 years of age and older for the GED® Test. Adults who do not have the goal of earning a GED credential, including those who already have a diploma, may also enroll in classes with the goal of improving literacy and numeracy skills, learning computer skills, or developing soft skills. The program offers continuous enrollment, which means learners can begin at any time. Classes are offered on various dates during the day and the evening at multiple sites throughout Campbell County. The Adult Education Program follows the same calendar as all Campbell County Public Schools for holiday observances and closures due to inclement weather.
The GED® tests are computer based and consists of individual tests in Mathematical Reasoning, Reasoning Through Language Arts, Social Studies and Science. Each test costs $30 for a total of $120, however, students enrolled in the Campbell County Adult Education Program qualify for free testing vouchers. The Virginia Department of Education issues a General Education Development Certificate and a GED Transcript to individuals who successfully pass all four of the GED® Tests. A Graduation Ceremony is held each year in June by Campbell County Schools to honor all individuals who successfully completed the GED during the school year.
For more information, please call 434-477-5583.
Campbell County Offers Many
Opportunities for Adult Learners!
(General Educational Development)
The GED battery of four tests measures the skills considered to be the major outcomes of a high school education. The tests focus on the use of critical thinking skills and concepts rather than recall of specific facts. The questions focus on the general abilities to analyze, evaluate, and draw conclusions.
The GED Test is made up of
4 Test Subjects
Reasoning through Language Arts
College and Career Readiness
The Virginia College and Career Readiness Initiative is designed to:
The WORKFORCE INNOVATION
WIOA was signed into law on July 22, 2014. WIOA is designed to help job seekers access employment, education, training, and support services to succeed in the labor market and to match employers with the skilled employees they need to compete in the global economy.
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www.centralvaadulted.com – Website for the Regional Adult Education of Central Virginia Program. Site provides information and resources for individuals and students.
https://ged.com – Create your own GED Account to access “Everything you need to know…”
www.gedva.com – Free information and resources specific to Virginia GED programs and services provided by the Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) School of Education.
www.GEDtest.org – Free information and resources provided by the GED Testing Service.
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