Only 6 Months Left to Avoid GED Reset!

Do you have students who have passed portions of the GED test, but not all? Or, have some taken the entire test, but don’t have the minimum overall score? Maybe they have not been able to get a passing score on the essay. Whatever the situation, you and those students are feeling very stressed because time is running out! There are onl...

GAIN and the 2014 GED Test

As we continue to get closer to the implementation of the new 2014 GED assessment, we've gotten a lot of questions surrounding how this will affect use of the Wonderlic General Assessment of Instructional Needs (GAIN)® basic...

Congress at Work on WIA Reauthorization

U.S. Representative Virginia Foxx (R-NC) introduced The Supporting Knowledge and Investing in Lifelong Skills (“SKILLS”) Act (H.R. 803) on February 25, 2013 and on Wednesday, March 6th...

How Employment Testing Can Benefit Your Hiring Process

Hiring decisions are ones that should not be taken lightly. How can you ensure you’re making the best possible choice when looking at candidates? Today I’m going talk with you about the top four reasons employment testing can be beneficial to your company. First, there are many factors to consider when you’re hiring a new employe...

Making Remedial Education Work

Not all students enter post secondary school with same level of basic skills. Through remediation, schools can serve a broader population and ensure that all incoming students will have the minimum skills to be successful. Unfortunately, remedial education, or Dev Ed, is often referred to as “the graveyard of higher education.” Data f...