Pathway to Success (GED)
The Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice offers an Adult Education program, Pathway to Success. To be eligible for Adult Education, students must be at least 16 years of age. A school counselor must review their high school transcript to determine that the placement is appropriate and complete a program admission form. For students under the age of 18, parental consent must be obtained prior to the student being placed in the Adult Education program.
Once a student has been enrolled in the program, he or she will use individualized plans to progress through the program to become test ready. The TABE 11/12 (Test of Adult Basic Education) along with the GED Ready Official Practice Tests, will be used to determine GED readiness. Students must meet the required 536 Reading score and 537 Math score on the TABE 11/12, in order to be eligible to take the GED Ready tests.