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A Comparison of Academic Success

@inproceedings{Klein2007ACO,
  title={A Comparison of Academic Success},
  author={James D. Klein},
  year={2007}
}
A study sponsored by the Bureau of Adult and Community Education, Florida Department of Education, was conducted by the Center for Needs Assessment and Planning at Florida State University to compare the success of General Educational Development (GED) and traditional high school graduates at Florida's community colleges. Registrars at each of Florida's 28 community colleges were asked to complete a survey designed to gather information concerning students with a GED and those with traditional… Expand

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