Have you heard the great news? Colorado residents wishing to take a high school equivalency exam soon will have up to three options, not just one. This means our teen moms will no longer have to travel to Wyoming to take HiSet, a high school equivalency exam with a reasonable pass rate.
This is an important development in our state as a GED is required to apply to community colleges, vocational schools, universities — and for more jobs that pay a self-sustaining wage. Clearly earning a GED is a vital step in the journey out of poverty, which is why this fantastic news for the teen moms working hard in our GED Program.
Read this exciting story and see Hope House teen mom Jackie who is featured in the photo at the top!