High School Equivalency Program
The High School Equivalency Program (HSEP) or In-School GED Option Program is designed to provide an alternative for high school students, age 16 and over, who are at risk of not graduating from high school and earning a high school diploma.
Districts with a HSEP see Announcements on the left hand menu for the latest information and tracking sheets for the 2013-2014 school year.
2014 CBT (Computer Based Testing) Procedures for HSEP students
- After the student has registered to test at www.ged.com
- Ensure they have marked they are still in High School and are in a GED Option Program (HSEP)
- The High School will need to complete the Authorization Form and submit it back to TEA or email @ email@example.com
- TEA – HSEP will log into GED Manager and approve your student to test
- Typically this is done on a daily basis
- You can send a reminder email to approve your student for testing at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Once approved, the student can then schedule to test.
Note: HSEP students do not need the parent / guardian underage form.
HSEP Forms - Information and how to request
PEIMS Reporting - ADA Funding for HSEP Students
There will be no 2013-14 Annual Reporting for American Council on Education, GED Testing Service
Texas Education Code - Chapter §29.087
Commissioner's Rules - Chapter 89, Subchapter DD
GED Testing Home Page
American Council on Education - GED Testing Service (GEDTS)
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