A letter to the editor: those without such credentials, on average, face higher unemployment rates and, if working, experience lower wages. plus, their access to postsecondary education, so vital in today's job market, is severely restricted.
posted: 4/22/2013 5:00 AM
New rules will create obstacles to GED
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