Every person should have an opportunity for improvement through educational learning and core academic skill development. As a person seeks new direction in life outside of prison, it is critical for him or her to secure gainful, meaningful, and stable employment. GED® and WorkKeys™ programs provide individuals with a genuine opportunity for educational and career improvement. They emphasize the math and reading skills needed for gainful employment. With these skills, GED graduates can attend 2-year and 4-year colleges, enter training programs, and attain better jobs. Cambridge helps those who are preparing for the GED to learn the essential skills-especially reading and math-and test-taking strategies needed to tackle the GED challenge.
Cambridge partners with prison education providers to help:
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“The program really gave me a place to go after school and it helped me raise my ACT® score. I will be attending Southern Illinois University next year.”