Dissertation - Public Access
Ed.D. Doctor of Education
Carol A. Burg, Ph.D., chair
Lois A. McKee, Ed.D., committee member
Tamara K. Cornwell, Ed.D., Dean's representative
In 2014 the GED® test was reintroduced for the fifth time in its history. Despite aligning its adult education program content to the Common Core State Standards, one school district still found exceptionally low initial success rates by students. By obtaining quantitative and qualitative data on behalf of the districts’ stakeholders within the GED® program, this study has identified the overall effective aspects of the program and areas that can be improved to enhance student success. It has created a foundation for the development of a change project for continual program growth and improved performance. In constructing change for continued improvement of the program, new policies and procedures will be developed for the purpose of greater student success.
Hutek, Marc, "An Evaluation Of One School District's GED Instructional And Assessment Program Following The Revised GED 2014 Test" (2017). Dissertations. 274.